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Our Story

Night Light Theatre CIC provide arts for wellbeing programmes and create theatre with/ and for hard to reach audiences throughout the North of England, in forensic mental health settings, prisons, hospitals, pupil referral units, rehabilitation centres and in the community. Co-production and collaboration is at the core of all we do. Through our creative practice, we hope to: break down barriers, build healthy relationships, connect, inspire, and promote hope and positive change through embodiment, play, storytelling and performance. Our work promotes health and wellbeing by encouraging connection and creativity to reduce loneliness and isolation. We offer a wide range of: workshops, performance events, training and consultations. 

 

“We understand the power and potential of Theatre and Creativity to make a positive impact on people’s lives and their communities, we pride ourselves on creating and sustaining a positive and effective social environment and believe that the skills learnt, practiced and developed through the arts have a key part to play in the journey to building a strong, supportive, enabling community where individuals may grow and thrive together”

 
Current Projects

ARTS IN SCHOOLS

Night-Light Theatre provide
engaging interactive workshops in schools,  exploring a range of topics, including but not limited to:


• Friendships
• Transitions

• Gaming and Online Safety
• Mental Health Awareness
• Healthy/ Unhealthy relationships
• Understanding Emotions
• Loss and bereavement


The workshops aim to educate, promote open conversations, build confidence, self-esteem and resilience and inspire hope. Our team are specialists in using creativity and theatre to support and enhance children and young people’s wellbeing.

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ARTS IN THE COMMUNITY

Night-Light Theatre deliver projects within the community with participants with social, emotional and mental health needs.

Our projects aim to encourage participation, increase confidence, self-esteem, improve interpersonal skills and explore issue-based subjects to raise awareness with participants, targeted audiences and the wider community.

We deliver work within the community with hard-to-reach and marginalised groups. 

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ARTS IN THE CJS

Night-Light Theatre have over 7 years experience working in the criminal justice system, delivering workshops within: adult male, female and youth offending facilities.

 

Our projects have at their focus, the intentional use of arts and creativity to empower participants, promote open conversations, enhance wellbeing and evoke transformation and change.

 

We offer short and long term projects. Throughout the process, drawing on and encouraging individual assets and community skills to ensure positive and sustainable outcomes.

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ARTS TRAINING AND CONSULTATION

Night-Light Theatre offer a range of training, support and consultations to individuals, professionals and organisations.

The support we offer includes:

 

  • Tailor-made guidance for working creatively within the community/ with individuals and groups you support. 

  • Training (online and/or in person) for staff members who wish to engage individuals in arts for wellbeing programmes.

  • ​Guidance and useful resources to support the setting up and sustainability of high-quality, asset based arts programmes. 

  • Continual professional development workshops – to equip staff with transferable skills and exercises (supporting staff members to develop their own artistic skills). 

  • ​Creative resources tailor-made for the participants and service.

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