Since 1987 we have delivered thousands of projects and performances. Use the filters below to see some example projects and recent case studies.
A performance exploring abuse which takes place in people’s homes.
Reach-In: Creativity in Criminal Justice
A film created during the Covid 19 pandemic
with integrated speaker
The Other Side of the Wall
A three-day training course exploring Geese’s use of theatre and drama
An online workshop with a Geese practitioner.
A performance for professional audiences exploring the impact of parental imprisonment on families.
Getting Connected: Social Work
Attachment theory and its applications in social work.
Safeguarding for arts venues and organisations.
Prison Creative Project
Creative projects in custodial settings.
A performance about domestic abuse.
Getting Connected: Education
Attachment theory and its applications in education settings.
Knocking on the Door
Behind the Mask
A series of one-day training events commissioned by Ingeus Justice Services for staff development.
Creative project for people on probation.
Creative Film Projects
Film making projects with young people in secure and community settings.
Skills Practice Role Play Training
Training for groupwork tutors on facilitating skills practice roleplay.
Interactive performance exploring Reducing Parental Conflict.
Exploration of substance misuse in prison settings.
A performance and groupwork input for male prisoners exploring debt.
A groupwork programme for men or women approaching release from prison.
Our community ensemble for people in recovery
Group work with people with personality disorders
Experiential sessions for students to learn about Geese’s methodology.
The Last Word
an interactive performance exploring domestic homicide.
Black History Month at HMP Garth
A creative project exploring themes and surrounding Black History Month.
Creative Project exploring racism
A creative project exploring racism and cultural barriers between staff and prisoners.
A five-day groupwork programme for men in prison, identified as being at risk of suicide and/or self-harm.
A performance about three men in a prison cell and the stories they tell each other about their lives.
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