At Alchemy Arts, a good education is viewed as imperative. We see education as a tool for social mobility and a strong foundation for future success. Through the facilitation of young people’s personal, social and educational development, we aim to equip them with the relevant skills required to have a voice and reach their full potential in life.
Our team work nationwide within educational establishments linking in with school curriculums allowing student work to be graded for GCSE's.We are experienced in working with young people in schools, youth centres and alternative education projects as well as young people who are not in any form of education, employment or training (NEET), young offenders, young people at risk of being involved the criminal justice system, teenage parents and young refugees.
Our work can range from 'a play in a week' with a group of 25 students to a 12 week project that culminates in a theatre performance or professionally edited short film on a chosen subject(s).
We have successfully worked with groups helping them create plays and short films on issues such as: Racism, Gun and Gang Crime, Domestic Abuse, Drugs, Mental Health, Teenage Pregnancy, Cultural Identity and Underage Drinking.
If you would like more information on the range of services we offer within Education or would like to discuss a possible booking please contact us at:
We specialise in delivering sessions in universities to students on Youth and Community work courses. Successful sessions have been delivered to students on the BA (Hons) and Postgraduate level of the course.
Influenced by the teachings of Augusto Boal and Paulo Freire, our sessions are creative, interactive and focussed around liberation, empowerment and anti oppressive practice.
If you would like more information on any one of the sessions or would like to discuss a possible booking please contact us at:
Currently we offer the following sessions:
We use Drama as a tool in Youth and Community Work to create space for seldom heard voices.
The conscious use of self in relation to others.
All Equal all Different.
Enabling effective participation within communities