• Holocaust Memorial Day Play
  • Determined and the Damned
  • It's My Move
  • Laundry Boy
  • Whisper Me Happy Ever After

Friends of Face Front

You love Face Front. Now you could be a Friend.

That means you would help to support Face Front in various ways, such as:

  • Volunteering with a project or show, which could be as an usher, front of house, fundraising or helping the artists
  • Helping in other ways, such as painting or reorganising the studio
  • Publicising Face Front, by writing a review, talking about us on social media and in your everyday life, or representing Face Front at an event

What’s in it for you?

Mainly, the chance to help Face Front succeed with our vision of inclusiveness, community and change through theatre.

As you know, we produce professional, entertaining and challenging theatre, through our Theatre in Schools, Participation and Training programmes.

Everything is carefully crafted to be accessible to all, including people with physical, sensory and learning impairments.

We use the arts as a tool for engagement in social issues and we help disabled people and those not traditionally involved to find work in the arts.

That’s not easy, which is why we’re asking you to help.

In return, you get to be one of a growing number of Friends of Face Front, who will have a get-together twice a year.

And you can attend board meetings.

We’ll also recognise your commitment on our website and in other ways.

We’re asking for a donation of time, not money (although that would be nice too!).

On the other hand, we can't pay you, although we can cover expenses.

What now?

Please call or email Face Front to find out more.

020 8350 3461  info@facefront.org

Face Front Inclusive Theatre | Limited Company No. 05154096 | Registered Charity No. 1116506
Main Office & Studio: 52 Market Square, Edmonton Green, London N9 0TZ - Telephone: 020 8350 3461

- Edmonton Green Charity Of The Year 2020 -

Email Face Front: info@facefront.org  

PATRONS - Matt Fraser - Josette Bushell-Mingo - Rachel Denning - Doris Jiagge - Aditya Chakrabortty - Judy Hepburn - Onjali Rauf


Young Camden FoundationYoung Barnet FoundationCreative SchoolsThe Foundation for Social ImprovementIndependent Theatre CouncilLondon Participatory Arts