Projects

Cardboard Citizens

Cardboard Citizens has been making life-changing theatre with and for homeless people for 25 years.

Cardboard Citizens is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Cardboard Citizens received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Synergy Theatre Project

Synergy Theatre Project works towards rehabilitation and resettlement with prisoners, ex-prisoners and young people at risk of offending through theatre whilst placing the wider issues surrounding criminal justice in the public arena.

Synergy Theatre Project is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Synergy Theatre Project received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

National Theatre of Scotland

The National Theatre of Scotland was established in 2006 and has created over 200 productions. Being a theatre without walls and building-free, the Company presents a wide variety of work that ranges from large-scale productions to projects tailored to the smallest performing spaces. In addition to conventional theatres, the Company has performed in airports, schools, tower blocks, community halls, ferries and forests.

The National Theatre of Scotland is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

The National Theatre of Scotland received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Royal Court Theatre (English Stage Company)

The Royal Court Theatre is Britain’s leading national company dedicated to new work by innovative writers from the UK and around the world.  It is the leading force in the world for energetically cultivating writers – undiscovered, emerging and established.

The Royal Court Theatre is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

The Royal Court Theatre received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Contact (Manchester Young People’s Theatre Ltd)

Contact Theatre is a charity based in Manchester with young people at the heart of everything it does. It puts on a diverse artistic programme, which provides opportunities for the next generation of creative leaders, artists and audiences.

Contact is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Contact Theatre received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Artangel

For over 30 years, and since 1991 under the direction Michael Morris and James Lingwood, Artangel has produced art in unexpected places in our London home, across the UK and around the world.

Artangel is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Artangel received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Entelechy Arts Limited

Entelechy Arts Ltd is a participatory arts company based in south east London.  Entelechy works with people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to produce high quality theatre, music, dance and video events and performances.

Entelechy is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Entelechy received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

Geese Theatre Company

Geese Theatre Company is a team of theatre practitioners who present interactive theatre and facilitate drama-based groupwork, staff training and consultation for the probation service, prisons, young offender institutions, youth offending teams, secure hospitals and related agencies throughout the UK and abroad.

Geese Theatre Company is part of Sharing The Stage’s consortia of 14 organisations which conducts research and development of participatory performing arts models that push organisational and practice boundaries, to establish the core of a community of learning initiated by the Foundation.

Geese Theatre Company received £20,000 from the Foundation for this work.

 

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