As a registered charity, we are dedicated to providing children and their families the opportunity to learn and play through access to arts. We work on many independent projects with schools, arts centres and family festivals, and with children and young adults who are in most need of the arts.
Created for children with additional needs
These specially devised workshops will be taking place in 2017 and will be jam packed with theatre fun for to children with additional needs. There are more details to follow so please keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter or check out our ImpACT page. We can’t wait to get started!
UPDATE: We’re currently piloting ImpACT at St Christopher’s Special School – get in touch if you’d like to bring ImpaCT to your school or group.
Happily Ever After
An inter-generational community project with storytelling at it’s heart
This project focuses on telling and sharing stories that celebrate the full and incredible lives our older generations have led. It also works with diverse communities to explore amazing stories of travel and arrival from overseas workers who are resident in the county. We’ll be working in school and community settings to bring generations and communities together to learn from each other, and foster understanding and kindness.
At the heart of the project is our touring theatre show Granny’s Game which focuses on raising global awareness and respect for different cultures and histories. The show will be touring to schools and venues across the county and is accompanied by linking workshops that focus on cohesion, communication across generations and lots of
Sessions at North Lincs Well-being Hubs Various locations | Storytelling sessions for all-ages across the Winter period.
We are pleased to be able to offer 10 North Lincolnshire schools a substantially reduced price Performance+Workshop package thanks to the generous support of North Lincolnshire Council and Arts Council England.
Download our information letter here: new storytelling scheme