August 19, 2020
BearFace Theatre CIC (BFT) is an emerging community interest company using Applied Theatre methods to affect positive social change for people who are often labelled as on the margins of society. BFT uses applied theatre methods to invite positive social change to benefit individuals affected by the criminal justice system, their families and the wider community. Aiming to bring about an open sense of play, collaboration, creativity and memorable experience, inviting high quality reflective and devised theatre to be made and performed to a wide range of audiences, thus creating a wider social impact. BFT explore the use of theatre as a tool for effective conflict resolution and transformation. As a CIC BFT strive to empower the communities they work with and for by working co-operatively and collaboratively to co create work together. Using creative arts to lift marginalised and unheard voices, sharing message through inclusive high-quality performance & applied theatre programmes.
The Point, Leigh Road, Hampshire, SO50 9DE, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
07582 949 755
No. of Paid Staff
Does the organisation involve volunteers with experience of the criminal justice system?
Primary Field of Work
Custody or Community
Community Interest Company
South East | Hampshire | Basingstoke and Deane | East Hampshire | Eastleigh | Fareham | Gosport | Hart | Havant | New Forest | Rushmoor | Test Valley | Winchester | Isle of Wight UA | Portsmouth UA | Southampton UA | Surrey | Woking
Fields of Work
Alcohol & drugs | Arts | Attitudes, thinking and behaviour | Case management | Collaboration and partnership working | Domestic & sexual violence | Education | Employment | Evaluation and effectiveness | Holistic services | Lobbying & campaigning | Mental health | Sentence management | Personal development | Prison reform | Prisons | Probation reform | Relationships | Research & academia | Resettlement | Restorative justice | Lived experience involvement | Sex work | Suicide and self-harm | Through the gate | Training
People you work with
Families | Men | People on a short sentence | People on remand | People convicted of serious offences | Victims | Women
Send | Winchester