We run workshops as part of all of our projects and and engage with as many different people, places and organisations as we can. We create playful spaces and links between communities. In Brighton, we have run sessions and projects with Brighton Youth Centre, First Base Day Centre for homeless people, Cascade Creative Recovery, Pavilions Drug and Alcohol Services and Together Co (initiative about loneliness). In Manchester, we have run sessions with LQBTQ Foundation, Portraits of Recovery, Women in Prison, Women Matta, The Men’s Room, TiPP and Loaves and Fishes.
small performance adventure's approach is eclectic and improvised - changing moment to moment to adapt to the mobile atmospheres and different challenges happening in the settings of workshops and rehearsals.Jenny HughesHead of Drama, Manchester University
"i have never seen such a large group so actively engaged"WorkerLoaves and Fishes
"People in recovery see us doing this and it's aspirational, they see what’s possible"JamilParticipant