Work With Us

Displace Yourself Theatre facilitate workshops for schools, universities, arts and community groups in the UK and internationally. All of our facilitators hold an enhanced DBS check.

Amanda Seville PhotographyOur educational work is tailored for each group but is centred around our ethos- devising original and bold work that is politically and socially aware. Displace Yourself are also a movement based company with a unique method of creating work that often uses the body as a central point for devising. Many of our sessions include coordination and impulse work where participants work as an ensemble to explore new origins of creativity.

We provide a platform to try new ways of working in a supportive environment.

Every group we collaborate with is unique and that is why we make sure that every workshop we do is designed to fit the needs of the participants. We have faciitated projects with non-English speaking communities who have never been to the theatre, to classes with professional actors wanting to brush up on their skills. Whether you’re looking for a single session or projects lasting several months we are flexible in what we can offer. Our rates are negotiable and depend on the specific needs of the group and project. Please get in touch as we are always happy to discuss the options and find an arrangement that is suitable.

Mike and Jen were really generous in their whole approach, providing everyone with the physical and mental space with which to best express them-selves.” Damian Colman, Artistic Director at Urban Sprawl

For more information or to book a workshop, write to displaceyourselftheatre@gmail.com

Or send us a direct message here.

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