Our final blog this week comes from The Children's Society who have shared their thoughts on Inside This Box and explain the parallels between the play and the work they carry out with young women with experience of the criminal justice system.
Following the online release of Inside This Box, Interim CEO of Agenda, Jess Southgate, shares with us how the themes of the play are reflected in the real life experiences of young women during the lockdown and what Agenda's new campaign #GirlsSpeak is doing to help.
Following the online release of Inside This Box, Clean Break's Young Artist Chloё Florence reflects on making and filming the production and how life has changed for young women since lockdown.
Clean Break has joined 112 other organisations to set up a Freelance Task Force to strengthen the influence of the self-employed theatre and performance community.
Clean Break's Members share stories of the discrimination they have encountered within the UK's criminal justice system
We are delighted to announce the 24 Artists taking part in 2 Metres Apart, a new project celebrating connections and collaboration in an isolated world.
The Helen Pringle Award will be open to Clean Break Members past and present on an annual basis offering a £1,000 bursary to support a woman in her Further /Higher Education studies in a related field, and a mentorship by one of Clean Break’s artistic community.
A letter writing project connecting women through the prison walls with women in the community sharing words of inspiration, hope and solidarity.
Clean Break is delighted to be taking part in the The 2.6 Challenge which has been launched this week to Save The UK’s Charities and we'd love to see all our incredible supporters, friends and family signing up to support us.
A Statement from our Leadership Team
In light of the latest Government advice on Covid-19, and to prioritise the wellbeing of all the women we work with, Clean Break has decided to temporarily suspend our programme of delivery and to close our building in Kentish Town.
We are searching for an exceptional woman to serve as Chair of our Board of Trustees
We are delighted to announce our autumn 2020 production, a Clean Break, Sheffield Theatres and Soho Theatre production, Typical Girls by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, directed by Róisín McBrinn.
In the lead up to our Young Artists Development Programme cohort performing Inside This Box at Omnibus Theatre and The Arcola we caught up with them to ask; why is making work about women in the criminal justice system important?
After a standout 2019, we are back with a brilliant new season in 2020!
We are seeking volunteers in a range of areas – from research to gardening – to help us out in our Kentish Town base.
We are excited to share the news that Caoimhe McAvinchey’s Applied Theatre: Women and the Criminal Justice System has been published, and is available to buy now.
We are excited to announce that Clean Break Members will be taking part in The Lullaby Project in 2020.
Our leadership team have come together to celebrate all of Clean Break's achievements in our 40th anniversary year.
We want to invite you to reflect, discuss and share how we can move forward and change women’s experience within the criminal justice system. Asking you to #ImagineAnotherWay.
A huge thank you to everyone who donated to our Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019 – a very special campaign, in this our 40th anniversary year.
We're looking for a Receptionist and Admin Assistant to join our team in Kentish Town!
Ready, set, GIVE! The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2019 has launched – DONATE NOW to Clean Break and your donation will be DOUBLED.