Welcoming Emily Ashton, Rania Jumaily and Rose Mahon to our board.
A new grassroots group supporting Muslim people in prison
Avita Jay and Rina Fatania have been recognised for their outstanding performances in Favour.
Ambreen Razia in conversation with Home Girls Unite
A catch up with the writer of our new play with Bush theatre.
It’s Volunteers Week 2022!
Introducing the cast of Favour by Ambreen Razia.
We are excited to introduce you to our new digital archive.
This Mental Health Awareness Week we’re sharing Lara online, a short film created by Clean Break Member Artist Sarah Cowan and artist Deborah Bruce.
We have been awarded funding from Arts Council England to refurbish and develop our home in Kentish Town.
After eight years, Róisín McBrinn is leaving Clean Break.
We are thrilled to be joined by Rachel and Titilola as our two new Creative Associates.
Our board of trustees have been shortlisted in the Charity Governance Awards' Equity, Diversity and Inclusion category.
Sonya Hale's play wins the Tinniswood Award 2022.
THANK YOU to everyone who donated, shared and supported our Women and Girls Match Fund campaign.
HOPE will be one of Clean Break's first pieces of work created under a new framework which centres co-creation.
We are excited to announce our autumn 2022 production, a Clean Break and Bush Theatre co-production, Favour by Ambreen Razia, directed by Róisín McBrinn & Sophie Dillon Moniram.
From 12pm on Tuesday 8 March to Tuesday 15 March, all donations to Clean Break will be doubled.
Celebrating Anna Herrmann's 20th Anniversary at Clean Break.
To celebrate More Than We Can Bear, we spoke with JB Rose about her creative work in women's centres.
We are excited to announce the casting for More Than We Can Bear, part of the Almeida Theatre's Keyworkers Cycle.
We're supporting the campaign for to ensure that women do not leave prison into homlessness.
Blis-ta Shortlisted for BBC Audio Drama Awards
Season's Greetings: 2021 Round-up