The historic Gillioz Theatre is hosting the “Gillioz Recovery Project” that will give people around the world the chance to get their hands on unique memorabilia and help the theatre survive the COVID-19 shutdown.
The theatre is auctioning off 99 posters from past shows, many of them autographed by the artists.
“This is the first time Gillioz archives have been opened for the public to own a piece of our history,” Gillioz staff wrote. “Autographed posters, along with a few select artists who didn’t sign, but are represented with their official tour poster, from across various genres commemorate live performances on our stage. Perhaps you were in attendance, or you are just a fan of the artist. Either way, this is your opportunity to own a piece of history and support our mission to preserve this historic space for future generations.”
The theatre lost 100% of its operating revenue from live concerts with the shutdown, and has a number of ongoing expenses related to the upkeep of the building.
You can also make a donation to the theatre to help them continue operations.
If you wish to bid on items, or make a donation, visit the auction website.