Our community projects are designed to take high quality storytelling and theatre experiences to audiences who have limited access to the performing arts. Because without new audiences, the shows can't go on.
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We work in schools, community halls, mental health centres, museums, libraries and universities. We work with the homeless, with people living with dementia & with people speaking English as a second language - and we love new challenges. Explore our existing programmes on the right or contact us to talk about your project.
" I feel the whole programme you initiated was a resounding success from its inception to the delivery of some fine drama scenes which kept us all spellbound'.
Dr. Grahame Jones, Chief Executive, Telford Mind.
Here's the Bottom Line:
Working in collaboration with The University of Oxford, we've just been awarded funding by Research Council UK to deliver a series of personal storytelling sessions with young people in Oxfordshire this Summer - free of charge. If your group would like to take part please email us to register your interest by June 1st. Tell us a bit about your group, how many participants are involved and their ages - and we'll be back in touch with more information! You'll find our contact details here.
We have experience in working with a range of additional needs including learning difficulties, mental health issues and language barriers.
If your group have specific additional needs please do contact us to discuss your participant's likes, dislikes and requirements - and we will be happy to tailor sessions to suit.