Transforming the quality of young people’s lives since 2010
What We Do
Theatre in Education (TIE)
Our TIE pieces use comedy and forum theatre to engage young people and educate them around a number of serious issues including peer pressure, bullying, harmful sexual behavior and online safety, postcode wars and more.
We provide a wide range of performing arts and sports after school clubs that allow
young people to access professional training without leaving their school. Through our clubs we teach transferrable skills such as confidence, communication and team work.
Our workshops are aimed at supporting the national curriculum and teaching transferrable skills using the mediums of music, drama, dance and sports. We work alongside teachers to encourage creative learning strategies.
We first met Alex and Dwayne from Diverse Voices in early 2012 and were immediately impressed by their passion and enthusiasm to share their love of drama with young people in an inspiring and motivat...
Diverse Voices worked closely with our Year Nine students and delivered an excellent and truly inspiring six week workshop with a final five star performance with the young people of Stoke Newington S...
In August 2013, Diverse Voices joined forces with the Youth Offending Service’s Voices in Partnership (VIP) group to plan and deliver peer led group work to young people in the criminal justice syst...