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Every year Geese Theatre Company delivers an extensive range of projects and performances across the UK and internationally. Key statistics (from 2019, the last pre-pandemic year):


We worked with over 80 different partner organisations


We delivered over 35 projects and performances in 15 prisons reaching 350 people


We facilitated over 20 projects in the community, including 9 co-created performances with 442 people


We performed at over 40 conferences to professional audiences of 3750 people


We provided training and development opportunities for 1765 people

Staging Recovery
Creative projects
A camera records a performance
A close up of the game,
Home Advantage
Interactive performances
A technician sits behind a laptop whilst filming a performance
Online performances
Audience members talk to Practitioner, Liz
Performances for professionals
Practitioner, Liz, delivers a session in mask
Staff training and development

None of this amazing work would be possible without generous donations from individuals and grants from a range of trusts and foundations

Please help us continue to deliver this life-changing work, using the link below

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With thanks to our current funders for their support

We are an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation. We are also extremely grateful to all the trusts, foundations and grant-makers who help us deliver life-changing theatre.

  • “I’m much calmer in myself now – it has helped me stay out of trouble – I’m not getting worked up and am more positive in my thinking. And I’m proud of myself, which I have never been before.”

    – Participant
  • “Geese changed my life and saved my life.”

    – Participant
  • “Since I’ve been doing Geese my self-esteem has grown like I had never dreamed.”

    – Participant
  • “This is what I’ve had to look forward to and has helped me with my recovery. I’ve met some amazing people and feel confident. I don’t feel trapped anymore, I feel positive. Instead of feeling nervous, embarrassed and scared I wake up happy.”

    – Participant