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Young People’s Project

The Young People’s Project is open to all young people (aged 13 – 17), and we are particularly interested in hearing from young people affected by addiction of a loved one.

Participants will have the chance to develop skills in all aspects of theatre and explore the Five Ways to Wellbeing through creativity. There will be a chance to perform their work at the end of the week in a theatre space.

This is a great opportunity for young people to get creative, make new friends and develop skills such as acting, creative writing, movement, design and directing. Based on their personal interest, participants can get involved in all or some of these areas.

Beyond performing arts skills, the Young People’s Project offers the young participants an opportunity to engage and raise their awareness around addiction and recovery in a creative way.


The project will be held at Brady Arts Centre during February half term.

Dates: Monday 13th to Friday 17th February 2023
Time: 10am to 4pm each day

Each day, participants will be given a lunch voucher for Cafe Bite or they can bring their own food.


We are offering free Taster Sessions for organisations and

During these sessions, you will get a feel for the work we do and meet our facilitators. Sessions include:

  • 1 hour Drama and Creative Writing workshop.
  • A chance to explore the Five Ways to Wellbeing through

Contact us to find out more or book a session:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 020 7371 8020

Do you know someone who would be interested in taking part?

You can sign-up here.

Outside Edge’s Young People’s Project is kindly supported by:

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