Theatre for everyone, by everyone.

Diversity and inclusion shouldn’t just be a buzzword.  It should be embedded in everything we do.

 

A woman and ten young girls in dresses dancing

equality for everyone

We believe that everyone should have access to culture, regardless of race, ethnicity, disability, social background, age, gender, sexuality or any other characteristic. We bring together communities and creatives in an area that is externally viewed as having high deprivation and low arts engagement.

seeing ourselves on stage

Growing up in Medway we did not see other Black and Ethnic people on stage and in theatres. We did not see ourselves represented. We seek to change that. We want people from all backgrounds to see themselves on the stage and page, through arts that speak to them. It’s not just about diverse and inclusive audiences. We take the same approach to our practitioners, seeking to work with those of all ethnicities and backgrounds.

national and international growth

We also enable Black and diverse arts and artists to take centre stage to amplify the amazing work that people of colour produce. We will make creative expression in Medway part of the route to national and international collaborations.

living and breathing theatre

We are committed to the arts, and create Black lyrical works of our own to tour and tell our own stories. Theatre is in our soul, and we create soulful experiences for anyone and everyone to enjoy.

Supported By

  • Medway Council - Serving You - Logo
  • Lottery Funded Arts Council England Logo
  • logo for colyer freguson
  • logo for kent city council
  • Glasbox Theatre Logo
  • Back Medway UK City of Culture 2025 Logo