News

Geese is hiring a male actor/groupworker!

Keshena Bowie

This is an exciting opportunity for the right candidate to join our team of theatre professionals who specialise in the delivery of performances and drama-based workshops in criminal justice and social welfare settings across the UK and internationally.

The company provides 6 months’ training and a starting salary of £20,500, rising to £22,500 on successful completion of the training period.

If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting opportunity, then please click here to find out more and apply.

Closing Date: 15 November 2019 at 10am

Geese Theatre Company at BEDLAM Festival

Keshena Bowie

We're delighted to be part of BEDLAM Festival 2019 - and we'd love you to join us at one of our performances.

Our Staging Recovery ensemble will be performing their latest piece of devised drama, Switched On - an exploration of addiction and the media. Find out more and book tickets here.

Geese are performing a theatre of testimony play created by Helena Enright as part of a Wellcome Trust-funded project with the University of Warwick and HMP Peterborough. Playing the Game explores real experiences of motherhood in prison. Find out more and book your ticket here.

Thanks for your support!

Mental Health Specific Training from Geese!

Keshena Bowie

Following the ongoing success of our three-day course 'The Other Side of the Wall' which gives delegates the tools and knowledge they need to use Geese's techniques within their own job role, we have created a version of this course which focuses on mental health settings. Find out more and book your place now!

This course is designed for mental health professionals, as well as people working with individuals who have mental health issues.

‘Wetlands’: a film about the perception of homelessness

Keshena Bowie

Reel Access & their homelessness-affected filmmakers are hoping to make the invisible visible by bringing homeless drama 'Wetlands' from page to screen & challenging how society views homelessness.

Some members of our Staging Recovery ensemble have been involved with this project, and we think it's a cause worth supporting.

You can find out more and support the Crowdfunder here.

Best of luck to the Reel Access team - we will keep our fingers crossed your campaign is successful!