As a national authority on theatre practice with offenders we are committed to sharing our knowledge and skills within this growing field of study.
We actively encourage academic interest in our work and regularly provide inputs on undergraduate and post-graduate courses with people studying anything from applied / community theatre through to criminology and forensic psychology. If you are a lecturer at University and would like to discuss the potential of Geese providing an input onto your course then please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Whilst we cannot take people on work placement / experience due to the nature of the work, we do take our commitment to sharing best practice seriously. If you are interested in developing your understanding of our work then please ensure you check out the following resources on the site
Some of the key questions that have been asked about us and our work over the years.
A selection of key texts which are currently on our library shelf, some written by Geese, some written about Geese, and some we recommend.
A free afternoon workshop in which we share an insight into our practice, answer specific questions, and provide a brief opportunity to experience Geese’s work.