To enable community members, with a focus on vulnerable and marginalised groups, to access drama and applied theatre practice as tools for communication, confidence building and self-expression as a means to develop agency for making positive change in their lives and in their communities.
To help to transform people’s lives by engaging them in an ethical framework of creative applied theatre and drama practice – to improve quality of life, encourage creativity and creative responses to everyday issues, try out other ‘roles’ and imagine and rehearse alternatives to situations that cause difficulties and oppression.
In carrying out our work we adhere to the values of:
- Ethical participation
- Boundaries to ensure vulnerable participant safety
- Equality and diversity
- Integrity and professionalism
- Listening and learning