Rollits signs up to Hull Truck Spotlight scheme

Hull Truck Theatre would like to thank Rollits LLP for their membership of Spotlight, Hull Truck Theatre's partnership scheme that helps organisations develop their brand and directly support cutting-edge drama and community engagement. 

Rollits LLP is a leading local law firm with roots in Hull that date back to 1841 when founder John Rollit became a solicitor and opened his law practice in Bowlalley Lane. Over the last 175 years, the firm has occupied various premises within a stone's throw of each other in Hull's old town as it continued to grow. Now employing 100 staff, with its Hull headquarters at Citadel House, 58 High Street and with another office in York, Rollits is one of Yorkshire's leading law firms, and is recognised as such in the leading independent law directories.

Pat Coyle, Director of Marketing & Client Relations at Rollits LLP, said: “Rollits and Hull Truck Theatre share the same focus of improving the local community and the city’s national status, which is why the company has a long history of supporting Hull Truck Theatre.

"Our partnership with Hull Truck Theatre allows us to play a small part in helping them to deliver the high calibre of exciting and culturally relevant theatre for which they have become nationally renowned.” 

You can find out more about Rollits LLP at 

Hull Truck Theatre is a Registered Charity (Registered Charity No.269645).


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