News by Keshena Bowie

Working Safely during Covid-19

Keshena Bowie

In response to current Covid-19 restrictions, we've adapted some of our interactive training performances to be delivered online for up to 100 delegates.

We've also been working hard with partners in the community, in mental health settings and in prisons to ensure we can still work creatively with participants in these settings.

If you're interested in working with us on a project but don't know how it can work under current restrictions - head to our landing page to find out more and get in touch!

We would love to hear from you if you have an idea for a project or training event.

Free online Q&A Session

Keshena Bowie

Every month we're hosting an online Question and Answer session exploring the work of Geese and the broader arts in criminal justice sector. The sessions have been attended by a wide range of practitioners, artists, students and other people interested in discovering more about the work from all over the world. Each month we'll focus on a theme which has either been requested or which we think will be of value for attendees, and then of course the session will be shaped by the questions you ask.

The next session:
Wednesday 20th January, 2pm-3.30pm

The sessions are very informal you can drop in as you wish. They are also free!

To book your place simply register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-online-qa-session-with-geese-theatre-company-tickets-135504972019

We’re hiring a Finance Officer!

Keshena Bowie

Geese require a Finance Officer to work on a part time basis from our offices in Moseley, Birmingham.

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

The successful candidate would be required to work 3 days a week (flexible work pattern available) and would report directly into the company's CEO.

Click here to find out more and apply!

Deadline: Monday 27th January 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!