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.
Our CEO and Artistic Director, Andy Watson, has been with Geese for 20 years and this year he was awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours for services to arts in the criminal justice system. Here, he reflects on his time at Geese, the changes in the sector and … more
We are pleased to announce that our Artistic Director and CEO, Andy Watson, has received an MBE for services to the Arts in the Criminal Justice System, in the New Year Honours List, 2018.
Andy said 'This is a wonderful honour for the company, during our 30th … more
Our Director of Programmes, Louise Heywood, has written an article for Arts Professional about our recent work with male prisoners at risk of suicide and self harm.
Journeyman is a five-day project with adult male prisoners deemed to be at risk of self-harm or suicide, … more