Face Front Inclusive Theatre Limited

Face Front Inclusive Theatre Limited

Charity information

Face Front Inclusive Theatre Limited

Face Front Inclusive Theatre creates original, ground-breaking Inclusive Theatre with a company of disabled and non-disabled artists. The company produces professional, entertaining and challenging multi-layered theatre.

Founded 2004

  • Mission statement

    Face Front will continue to pioneer positive social change through artistic excellence thereby creating an inclusive world.

    Aims

    • Use the arts as a tool for social engagement in all aspects of society

    • Provide programmes that enable disadvantaged adults and children to participate in the arts

    • Develop productions that explore social issues, raise awareness and enable people to engage in the process of change

    • Create pathways to employment in the arts for disabled people and those not traditionally involved in the arts

    Performance
    • Develop and sustain new audiences
    • Generating a positive legacy for inclusive, inspirational theatre
    • Build the skills and empower disabled artists and audience
    • Create more equality in the cultural life of Londoners and nationally.

    Theatre in Schools
    • Improve the artistic quality of professional theatre in schools.
    • Involve all young people in the creation of theatre for schools.
    • Work inclusively, advocating the transformational impact of the arts to the lives of all young people.

    Participation
    • Provide participatory arts with hard to reach young people and adults.
    • Use Theatre to raise awareness about issues of concern, to make positive change improving health and employment outcomes.
    • To develop the skills of diverse artists of tomorrow
    • To promote inclusive practise

  • Aims

    Face Front Inclusive Theatre Limited aims to:

    • Provide participatory arts with hard to reach young people and adults. Use Theatre to raise awareness about issues of concern, to make positive change improving health and employment outcomes. To develop the skills of diverse artists of tomorrow To promote inclusive practise
    • Improve the artistic quality of professional theatre in schools Involve all young people in the creation of theatre for schools Work inclusively, advocating the transformational impact of the arts to the lives of all young people
    • Generating a positive legacy for inclusive, inspirational theatre Build the skills and empower disabled artists and audience Create more equality in the cultural life of Londoners and nationally
    • Face Front will continue to pioneer positive social change through artistic excellence thereby creating an inclusive world. To use the arts as a tool for social engagement in all of life
    • Provide programmes that enable disadvantaged adults and children to participate in the arts Develop productions that explore social issues, raise awareness and enable people to engage in the process of change Create pathways to employment in the arts for disabled people and those not traditionally involved in the arts
  • Overview

    Established: June 2004

    Registered Charity Number: 1116506

    Board members: 9

    Part time staff: 5

    Volunteers: 20

    Phone number: 02083503461

    Address: 52 Market Square, Edmonton Green, Edmonton, London N9 0TZ

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