Our overarching aim is to use the performing arts – drama, voice production, movement, dance, music, stage fighting, improvisation and song to encourage everyone to develop insight and challenge perceptions. We use these tools to build social skills, develop self esteem, confidence and create aspirations as well as enhance communication skills and teamwork. We embrace working with all age ranges including socially and financially disadvantaged groups within in the community to encourage community spirit and cohesion.

Our target groups are:

  • Young people aged 7 - 18
  • Hard to reach young people within communities (including those at high risk and young offenders)
  • Corporate and public sector training where we use drama based learning
  • Adults with mental health issues

All facilitators are professionally experienced and highly trained within their fields of expertise. Please see 'The Team' for details of all facilitators background and qualifications.

A Big Thank You to our Partnerships and Funders

Currently linked with Raven Housing, Hyde Housing, Southern Housing, Reigate and Banstead Council, Merstham Millenium Trust, Norbury Saw Mill, Surrey Youth Clubs, CIAG, The Shaw Trust, Maximus, Surrey county Council, Surrey Young Carers, Let's Link and the Merstham Community Facility.


Shane Ritchie

Alfie Moon in Eastenders

After a performance of Make It Right at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill, where Shane not only came to the performance but also came to work with us during rehearsals:

'What a FANTASTIC TALENTED bunch of ACTORS! Till our next time, big love, Shane.'