Face Front

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About Organisation

Face Front has been pioneering social change through artistic excellence to create an inclusive world since 1999. We create accessible theatre for schools and the public, with disabled and non-disabled performers. Our shows and activities transform the lives of disadvantaged people, improving emotional well-being and addressing social injustice. We are based in Enfield but often tour into Camden.

Our Work in Schools
We offer three types of projects in primary, secondary and special schools, including:
1. Theatre-In-School productions
2. Creative Teacher Training
3. Play in Day/Week

1.) Three Theatre-In-School touring productions:
It’s My Move
For: Learning disabled young people from 14 – 25 years
About: Transition from school to adult life and supports Education
More: https://facefront.org/education/its-my-move/

Whisper Me happy Ever After
For: Primary Schools, year 5 & 6.
About: The effects of domestic abuse on children.
When: Touring in Spring Term
More: https://facefront.org/education/whisper-me-happy-ever-

Sex FM
For: Secondary & Special School, years 9 – 10.
About: Relationships and sex and supports RSE curriculum.
More: https://facefront.org/education/its-my-move/

2.) Creative Teacher Training
Face Front Inclusive Theatre has led numerous inset days and facilitated workshops for many educational institutions. Our experienced facilitators have delivered for large events with over 100 participants and week-long programs designed to support cultural change, bring people together, explore themes and breakdown barriers in a creative and support setting.

3.) Play in Day/Week
Face Front can also deliver bespoke workshops and ‘Play in a day/week’ for primary, special and secondary schools.

Contact: info@facefront.org or 0208 350 3461.

Face Front
52-53 The Market Square
London, N9 0TZ

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