Two young people – Pippa Banks and John Allen – share their experiences of working on our recent production of Passion for the Planet in Mole Valley.
Two young performers from our recent mentoring project with Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists explain how it’s helped them take crucial steps towards their artistic aims.
Executive Director Tony Earnshaw writes about the breathtaking impact of adding choirs to Damn Cheek’s performances.
Writer Brendan Murray is brimming with inspiration and ideas from the young people taking part in Damn Cheek’s recent Transitions Project workshops.
Associate Artist and actor Mahsa Hammat Bahary reflects on her experience of our new Transitions Project in North East England primary schools.
In the light of our new Transitions Project in North East England primary schools, Chris Drinkwater of the Child Health & Wellbeing Network writes about the crucial role of creative drama in helping young people manage change.
Ali Pottinger, one of our Advisory Board members, reflects on why embracing diversity is so important in our lives, and central to Damn Cheek’s work.
Clive Carr, one of our many essential volunteers, writes about his ‘Damn Cheek experience’ supporting The Causeway in summer 2022.
Executive Director Tony Earnshaw looks forward to what promises to be a busy, exciting and rewarding 2023 for Damn Cheek and its creative partners.