In 2010 THEATRE IS…and Throwdown UK collaborated in a fusion of breakin’, locking, popping, spoken word and music to develop a production entitled ‘Epiphany’.
We believe that engaging young people with creative arts can make a real and lasting difference to their lives. The ‘it’s our theatre’ project develops the skills, confidence, self-belief and life choices of young people
The Interreg IV Seas program was established to boost creative collaboration between European territories, supporting cooperation through means of subsidies.
In 2012 a group of Thurrock young people who are not in Education, Employment or Training (NEETs) attended a 10 week course run by THEATRE IS…
The Trinity College Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification that supports young people to develop as artists and arts leaders, fostering creative, communication and leadership skills
FreeFall is the flagship new production fusing parkour dance, acrobatics and animation to tell the story of young lives on the edge in a high-rise wasteland.
New York: 1843; William Henry Lane is a 17 year old black ‘freed slave’ and talented street dancer. He has mixed the Juba; the dances of his slave ancestors with those of the Irish immigrants, to create an electrifying new dance.
The Totally Tilbury festival grew out of a series of workshops at The Gateway Academy, where THEATRE IS… worked with students from the Academy and their friends and families to creatively explore the history of Tilbury.
Our Country’s Bad was a theatre production created by THEATRE IS… and performed by local young people and professional artists in Luton in 2012.
it’s our theatre – Primary, was a project run in Thurrock in association with The Gateway Academy.
Art reflects life in this fascinating production created with our partners at the Port of Tilbury and the Royal Opera House and young people from Thurrock.
The it’s your future Bursary Award Scheme was developed by THEATRE IS... to invest in the artistic and leadership skills of the young people that we meet through our projects.
It’s our Luton was a Children in Need funded project which engaged young participants in a programme of self-development through dance, acting, spoken word and music.