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What’s going on at Geese and how can you get involved?

10 May 2024

Inclusive Communities award announcement

to support and develop our work in Wolverhampton

Close up of hands

28 March 2024

Uplift Project – Year One

We reflect on the first year of our Arts Council funded Uplift project in Wolverhampton

Fool holds mask

20 February 2024

Online Information Sessions

The next session is on 18th July 2024 at 11am!

Liz, a practitioner for Geese, delivers a session with a mask lifted on her head.

29 January 2024

Introduction to Theatre in Criminal Justice Settings

The day will be an introduction to the work of two of the leading organisations in this field: Clean Break and Geese Theatre Company.

Participants gather outside SIFA Fireside for a photo

20 December 2023

Act Now – ‘Archie’s Choice’

A creative project delivered in partnership with SIFA Fireside.

Lou and Dave in Oslo

17 November 2023

Geese travels to Oslo

Lou and Dave deliver training in Norway

16 October 2023

Arts in Criminal Justice – Wolverhampton

A 3-year project to strengthen the role of arts in criminal justice settings in the Wolverhampton area.

Staging Recovery form a circle mid performance. Performers are wearing red t shirts.

13 October 2023

Staging Recovery perform at Thinktank

The ensemble’s newest piece will take place at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum this November.

The Geese cast of Conflict Zone with the Mayor of Harrow and council staff

29 September 2023

Geese performs Conflict Zone in Harrow

An interactive performance exploring parental conflict

Geese practitioner, Lou, takes on the role of the fool in a performance

22 September 2023

Woodlands School

A bespoke performance

BBC Children in Need

1 September 2023

BBC Children in Need – summer projects

Geese has been funded by BBC Children in Need for over 10 years.

Geese practitioners during filming

4 August 2023

Filming with Emotion Coaching UK

Geese has been working on a the third set of films for the organisation

Close up of masks

28 July 2023

Creative Projects at HMP Huntercombe

In 2023 Senior Practitioners, Daniel and Liz, were invited back to deliver a new creative project

Practitioner Team Manager, Emma

21 July 2023

The Other Side of the Wall

Emma reflects on delivering our latest course

Staging Rehabilitation promotional flyer

13 July 2023

Staging Rehabilitation Masterclass

with Clean Break

23 June 2023

Filming for Leonard Consultancy

Last week, Andy and Emma travelled to Belfast to make a training film with Marcella and Gareth from Leonard Consultancy. […]

16 June 2023

Mask MOT

Sally Brookes is welcomed back to Geese

Our Artistic Director, Andy, and Practitioner Team Manager, Emma, with colleagues in Australia

2 June 2023

Working with Corrective Services New South Wales

Andy’s reflections

Andy facilitates training at Roundhouse

26 May 2023

Roundhouse: facilitator training

A workshop exploring facilitation practices.

Staging Recovery performance poster

15 May 2023

Staging Recovery to perform at mac!

What is the meaning of connection? What breaks us apart and what draws us in? Join us as Staging Recovery explore these questions.

Andy delivers a talk at a symposium

12 May 2023

Geese Down Under

Working with Corrective Services New South Wales

10 May 2023

The Other Side of the Wall

The next course takes place this July!

28 April 2023

Safe Distance with HMP Drake Hall

A three-day programme delivered at HMP Drake Hall.

Staging Rehabilitation

7 April 2023

Praise for Staging Rehabilitation

Read the feedback from participants…

A mosaic of images taken at NCJAA's annual event

29 March 2023

‘Inspire: Sustainability in the arts and criminal justice sector’

At Rich Mix, 21st March 2023

Andy in frag mask

24 March 2023

Used at HMP Leeds

In March our Artistic Director, Andy, delivered Used at HMP Leeds.

Senior Practitioner, Liz, talks to the audience during a performance

15 March 2023

Thames Valley Police performance

In February of this year, Geese delivered an interactive performance as part of a Thames Valley Police (TVP) training event, focusing on domestic abuse.

Senior Practitioner, Liz, portrays the Class Teacher in this image. She talks to Ethan, her student, who is wearing his hood up.

3 March 2023

Filmmaking for Emotion Coaching UK

This week, we cast a spotlight on an area of our work which people may know less about…filmmaking for professionals.

Front cover of Performing Recovery magazine

14 February 2023

Performing Recovery Magazine launch

The first edition is available now!

A mosaic of images from Liz and Daniel's South Africa visit

3 February 2023

Unmasked Exchange

Liz and Daniel visit Cape Town

Shay speaks to an audience member

20 January 2023

Shay reflects on “Journey to Success”

Shay, a long-standing member of Staging Recovery, shares his perspective

An image showing participants of the SIFA project receiving their certificates.

13 January 2023

Act Now update

delivered in partnership with SIFA Fireside.

Close up of ensemble member

6 January 2023

“Journey to Success”

Reflections on Staging Recovery’s performance

Staging Rehabilitation

19 December 2022

Staging Rehabilitation: Clean Break and Geese training collaboration

This masterclass is for both theatre artists and criminal justice professionals interested in arts in the criminal system.

Director of Partnerships and Funding, Ros

16 December 2022

PACT Pioneer programme

Ros’s reflections

Advertising image for MTAM Summit 2022

9 December 2022

More Than A Moment

Regenerative Futures Summit

A close up of masks

2 December 2022

Arts Council England: NPO Announcement

Hear from our CEO, Andy

Flyer for Staging Recovery Dec 2022

25 November 2022

Staging Recovery perform at Crescent Theatre

Staging Recovery will perform their new work at Crescent Theatre on Tuesday 6th December!

Fool with arms outstretched

16 November 2022

Working with the Therapeutic Community at HMP Gartree

An interactive performance followed by workshops

Close up of masks

4 November 2022

Geese Annual General Meeting

Members of the board give us their perspective.

Anna Herrmann from Clean Break and Andy Watson from Geese

28 October 2022

Delegates praise Staging Rehabilitation

Read what they said…

Getting Connected

21 October 2022

Understanding Children in the Social Care System

facilitated by Geese Theatre Company and Dr Dawn Bradley

The Geese team

7 October 2022

Geese Team Fun Day!

Each year, the whole Geese staff team get together for a team Fun Day

Used at HMP Rye Hill

30 September 2022

Used at HMP Rye Hill

A half-day groupwork input

A collage of images of Second Chance Theatre Group making masks

23 September 2022

Unmasked – updates from South Africa 

Second Chance Theatre Group run mask making workshops

Performing Recovery event header featuring company logos

12 September 2022

Performing Recovery

Addiction Recovery Arts Network Launch

BBC Children in Need

2 September 2022

BBC Children in Need projects

We have been funded by BBC Children in Need for over 10 years.

Home Ground photos

26 August 2022

Home Ground Reflections

Staging Recovery perform during Birmingham 2022 Festival.

Highlights from Cape Town

19 August 2022

Unmasked continues

Geese visit Cape Town

Inspiring Futures logo

12 August 2022

Inspiring Futures

A large-scale research project

A close up of masks

29 July 2022

Act Now

with SIFA Fireside

City of Birmingham street at dusk

26 July 2022

Home Ground

Come and see Home Ground on 3rd or 4th August!

Iman and Nawaal from Second Chance Theatre standing in front of the wall of masks at Geese offices

22 July 2022


An international collaboration with South Africa

35 years anniversary

10 June 2022

Happy 35th Birthday

Happy Birthday to us!

Reducing Parental Conflict Case Study

26 May 2022

Conflict Zone

Reducing Parental Conflict

More Than A Moment logo

1 February 2022

Geese sign up to More Than a Moment pledge

with and for Black creatives

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