Mission, Vision and Values
To reduce offending using theatre and to be recognised as the leading provider of theatre based programmes in the criminal justice system by our stakeholders.
To use drama and theatre practice to enable choice, responsibility and change amongst offenders and people at risk of offending in order to reduce crime and re-offending and create safer communities.
We support and encourage the notion of personal responsibility.
Belief in change
Geese upholds and promotes a belief in the potential and possibility of individual change.
Every aspect of our work is grounded in robust evidence and theory to ensure the highest quality.
Geese strives to develop and deliver theatre and drama practice of the highest quality to people and places with the least engagement in the arts.
Geese is continually developing new performances, projects and services for new audiences, offering alternative approaches to reducing offending.
Geese aims to create an ethos of collaboration and partnership, which values contributions from all members, employees, partners and clients(service users) in order that our work has the greatest impact.
Geese aims to treat all individuals with respect and to approach each other and those we work with in an inclusive and non-judgemental manner.