27.07.18

Blog: An Interview with Deborah Bruce

We interviewed writer-in-residence Deborah Bruce about her time spent at Clean Break. Click through to find out more.

26.07.18

Clean Break Announces New Executive Director

Clean Break is excited to announce our incoming Executive Director!

16.07.18

Kick start your arts career by volunteering at Clean Break!

We're looking for volunteers to join our team in Kentish Town. Click Through if you're looking for experience of working in a theatre company.

21.06.18

The runners-up

21.06.18

And the winner is...

We're delighted to announce the winner of our Fringe Support Competition

11.06.18

Clean Break take part in PROCESSIONS

On Sunday 10 June we took to the streets of London to take part in PROCESSIONS, a celebratory mass participation artwork commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary and produced by Artichoke.

30.05.18

Blog: An Interview with Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster

We spoke to Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster about the PROCESSIONS project and working with Clean Break.

17.05.18

Clean Break Announces a Competition!

Clean Break is on the hunt for one lucky company to offer our support to this summer!

16.05.18

Clean Break Announces New Leadership Team

Clean Break announces new leadership team, with Anna Herrmann and Róisín McBrinn appointed as Joint Artistic Directors.

10.05.18

Blog: An Interview with Miriam Nabarro

Clean Break interviews photographer and designer Miriam Nabarro about their upcoming work together on Processions.

24.04.18

Blog: Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Clean Break Intern Jenna Rachid on #SAAM

20.03.18

Clean Break Receive a Tonic Award

We are delighted to announce that we have received a Tonic Award for our dedication to changing women’s lives through theatre. Click through to find out more.

20.03.18

Clean Break announce a new drama from Katherine Chandler

Clean Break announce new co-production with Theatr Clwyd

26.02.18

Brazen Create Podcast to Assess Impact of Youth Loneliness

Our young women’s theatre group, Brazen have created a podcast which looks at what it means to belong. Click through to find out more.

23.02.18

Student Volunteering Week: A day in the life of a Clean Break Volunteer

Selin Sun is currently undertaking a volunteer placement with us as part of her Arts Marketing Module at London Metropolitan University. We asked her to share her experience of volunteering in an arts organisation as part of Student Volunteering Week.

06.02.18

Clean Break team up with Miriam Nabarro for PROCESSIONS

Clean Break team up with Miriam Nabarro to create a banner for PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork to celebrate one hundred years of votes for women.

25.10.17

Clean Break Collaborates on New Short Film

Keeping Mum shows the reflections of three women in prison (played by professional actors and Clean Break Graduates) who recall their experiences of being convicted and explain how imprisonment has affected their families and children.

07.09.17

Missing – finding your self within the story of another

Beth Crosland was inspired to write a blog post for us after she attended a Clean Break student performance at the end of the summer term.

22.05.17

Helen Pringle 1966 - 2017

Company statement on the loss of Helen Pringle

11.05.17

Clean Break Students feature in Almeida Figures Of Speech Campaign

A group of Clean Break writing students have taken part in a brand new project with the Almeida Theatre.

27.04.17

Clean Break Theory of Change Launches

Today our education programme launches Clean Break's Theory of Change. Developed over a number of years, the document examines the path of our work from needs to activities to outcomes to impact.

27.02.17

Clean Break wins award for fundraising campaign

Clean Break has come second in The Big Give's Christmas Challenge Awards

23.02.17

Clean Break welcomes new Head of Artistic Programme (maternity cover) Charlotte Gwinner

Charlotte Gwinner has been appointed Head of Artistic Programme (maternity cover).

26.01.17

Fatal Light by Chloë Moss in context

A review of Fatal Light in the context of new figures from the MoJ.