If you want to help us make creative acts and productions that change things for the community you can become a supporter. We are a small charity and so we value any support - volunteering time or financial. Please get in touch if you are interested in helping out
SUPPORT A PROJECT
Our Productions and Creative Acts fall into 3 frameworks:
Community Researched Professionally Created Professionally Performed
Here we select a specific community we are interested in working with and conduct workshop-based research within that community. Once a script has been made the community is consulted on whether they feel it is a true and accurate representation of their voice and the research they took part in. Changes are made if necessary.
We then select an artistic team to work with us to bring it to performance.
Here we select a specific community we are interested in working with and build a production based on research within that community.
At all stages of creation the community is involved with the work: from research through to performance.
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Corporate or Public Sector Commissions
Here we design specific programmes of community engagement work with commissioners to address questions they would like answering or to fulfil specific agendas.
This ranges from creating a piece of theatre that expresses the attitudes of a community to a new business opening in their area to running workshops in companies to build team skills and new working relationships
The Working Party is a charity and we rely on the genorosoity and support of public bodies, trusts and foundations and indivudals to do the work that we do. If you like the look of how we work and want to thelp us continue it please consider donating an amount, whatever that is, to help make our current goals a reality
Current Fundraising Priorities:
To raise £4000 match funding to support the production of THE SH*T.
To raise £4000 match funding to run a pilot of our CLiC Project (Creative Learning In Classrooms) at Sedgehill School in Lewisham, through which under-achieving pupils will have the opportunity to re-engage with their weakest subjects through the lens of theatre.