Join us and use creativity as a tool for social change

We invite all members of the Liverpool City Region’s communities to join us in our creative projects, performances, workshops and networks and our programmes are specifically designed to be inclusive to marginalised communities. We want to use creativity as a tool for building power within people and communities by exploring socio-political issues and the systems within them, creating new networks and growing confidence, resilience and wellbeing.

Our Projects

Community Chronicles

Connecting people and communities from across the Liverpool City Region through performance. We invite adults from all backgrounds to work alongside artists, activists and academics to explore local people’s experiences and to create new work that shines light on them.

Women in Action

Women in Action uses performance and creativity to develop and celebrate women’s resilience, leadership and activism in their communities. We invite women aged 19+ from all backgrounds to joint this group that meets regularly in Liverpool City Centre, with the option to join online.

Confidence Through Creativity

An Open Awards accredited hybrid course for adults who could do with confidence boost. Sessions use fun, creative and arts-based approaches including simple drama, film and radio. Before the course begins, each participant’s digital skills and access to IT will be assessed. Digital equipment can be provided.

Shared Voices

Shared Voices is a series of creative residencies in small grassroots community groups in Birkenhead; Bootle and Prescot that will empower; innovate and strengthen their work through learning; skills development & networking.

More Than

Working in partnership with HMPPS More Than brings a creative therapeutic  approach to recovery, rehabilitation and renewal for women from ethnic minority communities with experience of the criminal justice system.

Arts Adventures

Arts Adventures is our programme of work for looked after young people in the Liverpool City Region which include winter, easter and summer arts clubs. Activities allow the young people to explore the world around them using theatre, drama, music, and visual arts alongside undertaking trips to local arts and heritage venues. Young people learn, create, play and share. All sessions are free and are delivered by a highly-skilled team of multi-disciplinary artists.

Best for Baby Too Collaborative

Best for Baby Too is a network of professionals and parents in Liverpool with an interest in improving perinatal care. Through Best for Baby Too we are working in partnership with PSS Parent and Baby service to enable parents and children to use creativity as a tool to build confidence, strengthen support networks, and use their voices to improve services.