- Our Program
The idea behind our program
In light of growing cultural tensions in Britain fueled by conflicts in the Middle East and across the globe, we
believe that now more than ever it is imperative to show that we can all work with one another to build bridges
between religious and cultural communities. Our method of practice has the ability to empower participants to
explore their own cultural identity through notions of religion, gender, ethnicity and so forth.
We use comedy, physical theatre and improvisation to give participants the unique opportunity to examine their
own identity and understanding of one another’s cultural differences. Our workshops are dynamic, interactive
and educative and tackle key questions such as; who am I? Where do I come from? How do I fit in?
We have facilitated a successful series of workshops in Los Angeles, California where we worked with
Puerto Rican and Cuban communities; in several London schools and with Muslim and Jewish communities in London in conjunction with the Three Faith Forum.
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Aims and Objectives
2) To highlight and address any experiences or conflicts they may have encountered due to their culture and identity.
3) To question what it means to ‘fit in’, at home, the neighborhood, the wider community, as a British citizen and as a person.
4) To discuss and challenge any stereotypical views of other cultures and identities.
5) To highlight the positive effects of embracing diversity.
The practice-based workshops fits young people in Key stages 3 and 4 and as well as older students and adults from all backgrounds and delivered by CRB checked and experienced facilitators.
We offer either:
One full day workshop;
A three-session workshop (two hours per session);
A full-term workshop, one session per week.
Year long participatory and community program
Although we are flexible to accommodate your timetabling needs, please note that the minimum amount of time needed to achieve the goals in a workshop is five hours.