About us

Our Aim


To use creativity as a means to connect people. Our sessions are no pressure, friendly spaces for those wanting to connect with others through the arts and theatre. We want our sessions to be as accessible as possible to as many people in the community. We host our sessions in borrowed and shared spaces, which are often accessible to people outside of our session times at little or no charge to participants.

At the heart everything remains a commitment to making creative work, with care to connect people. As in those moments we can all flourish, find happiness and a place to belong.

How We Started

In 2009 we became a not for profit and developed small scale community projects. Now, we regularly produce projects with over 300 participants.

What We Do

We offer art and writing projects as well as theatre groups within the community. We run three youth theatres in Earlsfield, Tooting and Kingston. We also offer digital writing workshops for young people, community art projects, and an intergenerational creative heritage project. We also run Speech Bubbles, a drama for communication programme, in three schools within Wandsworth.

We give people the opportunity to access quality art, writing and theatre projects to make great art. We also allow people to be creative, be in control of the direction of their project and exceed expectations.

Our Values

Creativitywe champion the imagination and the potential of new ideas.
Care – we make our work with care for everyone involved to nurture happiness and wellbeing.
Connectionwe celebrate the connections made in finding new ideas, working with other people and finding a sense of belonging.
Accessible – we want to make our sessions as accessible for everyone as possible.

Who We’ve Worked With

Since our inception we have found opportunities to showcase, perform or exhibit at The National Archives, Southbank Centre, Rose Theatre, Paul Robeson Theatre, Soho Theatre, Tara Arts, Saatchi Gallery, Kingston Hospital, and the BFI. We’ve participated in the International Youth Theatre, Kent Council Safeguarding Conference, Wandsworth Arts Festival and exhibited at WOW 2019 and 2022 amongst others.