Elevate is a scheme run by acta and funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation and WECA. Over the course of nine months, we will train a core group of practitioners to make high-quality and impactful community-based theatre and arts initiatives. Some of the sessions will be open for all to book on to – we advise you follow us to get notified of future sessions too.
What will I do in this workshop?
• You’ll learn a range of games and exercises
• You’ll learn how to adapt games to the needs of the groups
• You will understand when to use a game and how it can benefit you
• Learn how to plan and structure a workshop• Learn the benefits of this work
This seminar will benefit anybody who facilitates groups as part of their work – not just for creative practitioners.
If the price is a barrier for you to attending the workshop, please email [email protected] to discuss how we can help you attend.Book your place
We believe that theatre belongs to everyone, and everyone has a story to tell. acta creates a place where everyone’s story matters, where individual opinions and experiences count, and are valued by others.
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