Developing dynamic and interactive training solutions for professionals working within criminal justice and social welfare
Powerful, interactive performances and theatre based groupwork within a range of custodial and community criminal justice and forensic mental health settings.
Dynamic and interactive theatre performances, creative workshops, film-making projects and issue-based groupwork interventions designed to engage, motivate and inspire young people.
Innovative theatre based approaches to enhance your conference event and experiential training opportunities for criminal justice and social welfare staff.
On the 10th May 1997 my career at Geese Theatre Company began. Tony Blair’s New Labour Party had just won a landslide general election victory; Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery was one of the most popular films, and R Kelly’s I Believe I Can Fly … more
With a growing portfolio, we now require a part time Administrator to provide support to our small and busy administrative team.
This is a full and varied role and the ideal candidate will be able to hit the ground running with previous experience of administration, maintaining records … more
As part of Koestler Trust's Beyond the Door exhibition at Midland Arts Centre, we will be delivering a free workshop on Friday 03 March 2017.
Behind the Mask is an introduction to the basic principles behind Geese’s work. Led by Deputy Artistic Director, Louise Heywood, … more