Our Creative Learning projects use theatre- making as a tool to ignite curiosity. We find new ways to connect children and young people to the subject in hand. Our previous projects include building a walk in wardrobe to explore fashion through the ages, using newspapers from 1917 to make a performance about WW1, and reworking Hans Christian Anderson stories to tackle mental health.

The projects are bespoke in design. Made with the staff and young people. We work with therapeutic practitioners and youth coaches to make the projects. Our aim is to support young people in identifying and reapplying their learning to other areas of their life.

Find out more about our current work:

OUR HEALTH YOUR HANDS

ARTS AWARD PROJECTS

LEARNING RESIDENCIES

ARTSMARK SUPPORTER