Workshops

Our workshops come to you and can be differentiated to your participants and your objectives.

Workshops are run by our Artistic Director or one of our qualified and highly experienced actor/teachers.

Half a day, a full day or 2-3 days.

Issue based workshops:

Domestic abuse.

The Bruise You Can’t See workshop can be a one day workshop or 3 days to train your young people in domestic abuse. Through drama we explore the warning signs of unhealthy relationships, how to recognise them in our own relationships as well as others, how to communicate change, and where to go for help.

Cyber bullying.

This workshop looks at bullying through the web or social media.  Through drama we explore how to successfully negotiate your way through a healthy internet presence and emotional resilience, as well as tools to keep yourself safe.

Who Am I?

Through drama we explore self esteem and how our young people feel about themselves and consequently project themselves. What are their choices and how do they get them? What are instincts and how to read people.

Collaboration and Consent.

Through drama, this workshop explores team working and listening/negotiation skills as well as consent. The ability to says ‘yes’ or ‘no’ and the ability to hear it and respond.

HBT bullying

The BOY workshop explores, through drama, what H (homophobic) B (biphobic) T (transphobic) bullying looks like and what can be done if you see it or experience it.

Gender Equality

Times are changing and there are some incredible movements and shifts in society. The MeToo campaign and the Harvey Weinstein case. And nearer to us lots of conversations are sparking as to the place of women in society and what that means.

  • Employability.

Interview skills and how be more employable. How to present your best self. Body language, vocal skills and how to look, including clothing choices. What to do and how to do it to get that job! 

Theatre skills:

Devising for GCSE drama.

Stage combat.

Voice work.

Teamworking.

From page to stage.

Film.

Interview skills.

Stanislavski’s magic ‘if’.

Street dance.

Physical theatre.

Adult workshops

  • Child Protection Training.

For Staff and service providers, looking at all aspects of child protection and how best to work to work positively and protect young people.

  • Customer Service Training.


Our most recent being at Stevenage Homes, for which we were given a 5/6 average, spanned across the entire company from management to service providers within the flats/houses. This was the highest evaluation rating they had ever had.

  • Domestic Abuse workshops.

Working in Refuges with survivors of domestic abuse and their families, these workshops on self esteem and confidence were designed as gentle introductions to giving survivors of domestic abuse their self power back.