What We Do

Participation and Activity

We run inclusive theatre projects and programmes for children, young people and adults who are typically excluded from taking part in the arts. Our programmes offer high quality artistic experiences that have strong opportunities for personal and social development.

Strategic Connectivity

To enable the best outcomes for our grassroots theatre projects we work to influence stakeholders such as local authorities, commissioners and other organisations to invest in and understand the value of artistic experiences that have a social benefit to participants. We seek to enable collaboration through our creative techniques that enable both arts and non-arts partners to work together.

Research and Consultation

We offer research and consultation to other organisations using creative arts techniques that enable high quality engagement with the cohorts we are consulting with. We work with both arts and non arts organisations to offer a 360° reflexive approach to consultation that uses both quantitative and qualitative methodologies. We specialise in designing consultation that enables positive communication with typically harder to reach groups and communities.

Performance and Shows

We create shows designed for audiences who potentially have less access to live theatre. Our shows are often sensory based and enable audiences to engage with live theatre in a tactile way.

Meet the Team

Kate Mitchinson

Co-founder, communities and development producer

Hannah Prior

Co-founder, creative producer and theatre maker

What's On

Monthly from Sunday 16th November 2022

Severn Valley Country Park

Create Family Days

Arts and outdoor activities for children and young people with SEND and their families.

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24th October 2022 10am-12pm

Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery

Art Workshops

A family friendly workshop for children with SEND and their families. We’ll be exploring the properties of clay and making thumb and coil pots inspired by the museum’s ceramics collection.

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