Play for Everyone

Inclusive Play Skills Training Project & creative empowerment workshops for parents and professionals.

Summer/Autumn 2019

‘A great success, really good!’ - Pippa Smith, Learning, Access and Participation Manager at Brighton Dome

We are pleased to be able to bring you brand new inclusive play skills workshops. These courses are available to parents, carers of children and young people with complex additional needs in Brighton and Eastbourne. We also support professionals who work within neurodiverse settings. We will be offering 4 half-day modules of training for parents and carers over four weeks.

There will be more inclusive play training opportunities in the autumn, watch this space.

Coming later in the year -

Wildheart Immersive Theatre and Play Space for Complex Additional Needs

Our new family project Wildheart is currently in development. Our new project is growing out of the success and iterative practice of Otherworld our very popular and much loved touring multimedia installations. Wildheart will be experiential and unfold within an immersive multisensory multimedia self-contained environment themed on ancient, magical, wild woods of Britain. The audience will join performers and characters within our magical immersive theatre installation in an adventure full of surprises that unfolds around them. Join us for a magical journey into the heart of the wildwoods …..we will make camp make camp together as the magic unfolds around us.

On securing funding we will be touring theatres and schools around East and West Sussex …..watch this space for more news as well as news on fundraising events!

A little film about the work that we do:

What people have said about our work:

‘The first place that we can all go together and play and its so much fun!’ (sibling)

‘I would highly recommend Otherworld to any school or college mainstream or specialist. Absolutely stunning stuff.’  (Teacher)

“The immersive theatre show was amazing, awesome and out of this world!  – Parent

‘I would highly recommend Otherworld to any school or college mainstream or specialist. Absolutely stunning stuff.’  (Teacher)