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I have been working as a theatre practitioner since 2015, leading sessions for groups of all ages and in a variety of settings, including primary schools, SEN schools, pupil premium students; as well as for those who are new to drama for bespoke projects, such as West Berkshire-based social workers.

I have delivered on a freelance basis for Omnibus Theatre, The Point Theatre and Wiltshire Creative and have gained extensive experience in leading youth theatres and sessions for young people in my roles at the Corn Exchange, Newbury and the King’s Theatre.

 

As a practitioner I put an emphasis on creating a secure environment when delivering my sessions; drama is both fun and rewarding, however, for some it can be a daunting subject to engage in. Helping to create a secure space for all participants to reach their potential is my priority. My sessions are flexible in structure and are designed to listen and include participants’ thoughts and ideas, ensuring they feel empowered in what they are learning and creating, no matter what age.

I offer a range of drama sessions for a variety of ages in schools and other settings. Please take a look at the project pack below to get an idea of some of the projects I can provide. Please get in contact if you would like to discuss the projects in more detail or I will be more than happy to look at creating a bespoke offer for your group.

Project Pack

To find out more information regarding workshops on offer please see below and do get in touch if you have any questions.

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Testimonials

"Josh's sessions with our over 60s group Mind The Gap have always proved popular. He has pitched sessions at just the right level - a perfect mix of theory and practical exercises meaning participants of all abilities get something from the workshops. Mind The Gap members are keen to have him back!"

Gjenya Cambray. Community Relationships Officer

Wiltshire Creative