Act The Part
Opportunities to get involved in theatre
We run regular performing arts groups for disabled and non-disabled people to participate in theatre. Projects help to improve confidence, reduce isolation and gain arts and social skills.
A performing arts group for young people to begin to experience Drama, Dance and Music.
Young people attend for between 18 – 24 months and then they are encouraged to move on to integrated or mainstream arts activities.
Young disabled people from 14 – 18
Face Front Studio
52 Market Square, Edmonton, London
The Blue Sky Actors is an inclusive ensemble of adult disabled and non-disabled actors.
Our main missions are to play, have fun, build confidence and produce two productions a year.
Saturday afternoon term time
Stratford Youth Zone (building formally known as Stratford Circus)
Theatre Square, London
‘Broken Silence’ is an adult drama group of approximately 20 disabled participants with sensory and mobility impairments, mental health issues and learning difficulties.
Participants devise ideas using drama, movement and music with the aim of developing these ideas into a performance piece.
Wednesday during term time
Park Avenue Disability Resource Centre
Ground Floor, 65c Park Ave, Enfield
The group learns music and theatre skills, write and perform their own shows, led by experienced professional artist/facilitators.
As well as performing, the group can go on theatre trips and join in other social events.
All ages welcome
Thursday during term time
Ponders End United Reformed Church Hall
College Court, High Street, Ponders End, Enfield
2½ hours for the regular sessions