Staging Rehabilitation

21 November 2019 – 21 November 2019

10:00 am - 16:30 pm

Full Price £85
Concessions £55


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Staging Rehabilitation

21 November 2019 – 21 November 2019

The day will be an introduction to the work of two of the leading organisations in this field: Clean Break and Geese Theatre Company.

Anna Herrmann, Joint Artistic Director at Clean Break and Andy Watson MBE, Artistic Director/CEO of Geese 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 39 years with these Companies, this training day will give participants a unique insight into the successful approaches of Clean Break and Geese in both prison and community settings.

Through a practical learning setting involving drama and theatre exercises, group work and discussion, participants will:

  • learn about the companies different working practices
  • understand the principles and theory underpinning their work
  • explore best practice in this field


Open to participants of any gender.

Concessions Include: Students, 65 and over, people in receipt of disability benefits, people in receipt of unemployment benefits, Theatre union members and Freelance artists.

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