We love connecting with people and hearing their stories.
We believe that theatre has a transformational power when it connects with real lives and stories. It brings people together, reduces isolation and aids wellbeing.
Led by theatre professionals, we offer the following workshops in community settings as either one-off activities or as part of a weekly course:
DRAMA WORKSHOPS: Our drama workshops can be tailored for children, young people and adults and enable participants to explore acting techniques including roleplay, improvisation, character and the chance to devise scenes.
Youth Drama Workshops – summer term (14-19 years)
Dates: Mon 7th June – Mon 12th July 2021 (6.30-8.00 pm weekly in St Paul’s)
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CREATIVE STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS: Our storytelling workshops enable participants to create, explore and devise stories around a particular theme or issue. Most commonly we have led these for adult users of particular services and community groups.
REMINISCENCE WORKSHOPS: Our reminiscence workshops are usually for older people in residential settings including sheltered housing schemes, and are usually centred on a particular place or theme eg food, sport
If you would like to book or find out more about our workshops, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org