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.
The next story is about one of our funders. Clark Baim, the founder of Geese in the UK and current board member, remembers the first grant Geese received from a charitable trust:
“In the summer of 1987, I contacted the Barrow and Geraldine S. … more
Our CEO, Andy Watson, has written a blog for Arts Connect, West Midlands exploring our training performances for education professionals working with Looked After Children.
You can read the blog here
More information on our staff training performances can be found here< … more
I completed the Journeyman course in April 2016. At that time I was going through a difficult period in my life. I am an IPP (Indeterminate Sentence for Public Protection) prisoner who at that time was feeling hopeless. The Journeyman course helped lift my spirits - the … more