Staging Rehabilitation

1 November 2017 – 1 November 2017

The Lowry, Pier 8, The Quays, Salford M50 3AZ

Staging Rehabilitation is a masterclass for both theatre artists and criminal justice professionals interested in the specialised field of arts in the criminal justice system.

The day will be an introduction to the work of two of the leading organisations in this field, Clean Break and Geese Theatre Company. You will learn about our different working practices, understand the principles and theory underpinning our work, and explore best practice in this field.

The day will be participatory, and involve:

  • Drama and theatre exercises
  • Groupwork
  • Discussion 
  • A plenary session to end 

The day will be led by Anna Herrmann, Head of Education at Clean Break and Andy Watson, Artistic Director of Geese. Anna and Andy are long-standing members of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance steering group and are regular visiting lecturers on a range of Applied Theatre under-graduate and post-graduate courses.

With a combined track record of 66 years, this training day will give participants a unique insight into the successful approaches of Clean Break and Geese in both prison and community settings.

3 bursary places are available on this course to anyone who has had direct personal (not professional) experience of the criminal justice system. To apply for these, please write explaining your interest in the training event to general@cleanbreak.org.uk marking your email FAO Anna Herrmann. 

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Staging Rehabilitation

1 November 2017 – 1 November 2017