Collaboration is the cornerstone of Collective Encounters’ practice. Without effective working cross-sector partnerships we would not be able to deliver high quality, sustained work with communities. We would like to thank all the organisations and individuals who work with us, and who have the vision to see the potential as theatre as tool for positive social change. Some of the include
- The Whitechapel
- The Spider Project
- Bosco House Hostel
- Homeground Hostel
- Local Solutions
- CRI Knowsley
- Liverpool Children’s Services
- After Adoption
- Activate Arts
- National Museums Liverpool
We very much like to thank our funders: Arts Council England; Big Lottery Reaching Communities; Liverpool City Council; Children in Need; Clore Duffield; Network for Social Change; Rayne Foundation.
Collective Encounters are part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio.
We are members of the Social Enterprise Network (SEN) and are accredited by the Living Wage Foundation.
We are a member of COoL, a diverse collective of key arts organisations in Liverpool: championing the arts; changing perceptions; creating possibilities.
We also also very grateful for the reduced rent and support of all the staff at MPAC.