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

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.

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This training was previously titled Staging Rehabilitation: Clean Break & Geese Theatre Masterclass.

Thursday 14th March 2024, 10:00 – 16:30 at Clean Break, 2 Patshull Road, London, NW5 2LB.

Anna Herrmann, Artistic Director/Joint CEO at Clean Break and Andy Watson MBE, Artistic Director/CEO of Geese are long-standing members of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance and are regular visiting lecturers on a range of Applied Theatre under-graduate and post-graduate courses. With a combined track record of 45 years with these Companies, this training day will give participants a unique insight into the successful approaches of Clean Break and Geese in both prison and community settings.

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

Through a practical learning setting involving drama and theatre exercises, groupwork and discussion, participants will:

– learn about the companies different working practices
– understand the principles and theory underpinning their work
– explore best practice in this field

Book your place now

A limited number of bursary places are available to anyone who has direct personal (not professional) experience of the criminal justice system. To apply for these, please write explaining your interest in the training event to marking your email with BURSARY REQUEST in the subject heading, by 10am on Wednesday 14 February 2024.

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