Projects & Commissions

We DEVISE and create projects TOGETHER with local people of all ages & all abilities through Theatre & Creative Arts. Our unique approach empowers individuals to be themselves. Our aim is to offer a unique experience for everyone involved.
The following projects were funded by various charities and organisations. Our resident writer Elsie helped each group involved in the process to create an original piece of live theatre. The most common themes include; Mental Health issues, Relationships, Poverty, Communication, Personal stories & Interpretation of the world we live in. If you are interested in WISE UP delivering a project please contact us

Spirit of Togetherness

Created and devised during the Summer school of 2016 using Theatre, movement, mime & African drumming for young people (ages 3-18)

Set in Africa the story takes us on a journey about a tribe who welcomes a guest to teach them about ‘what’s important’ and to celebrate individuality.

This production tours local schools, and holiday clubs; it is adaptable to the needs of the workshop attendees and can be delivered in 3 or 5 days for whole classes and schools.


Comarella

A piece of theatre devised & created by our Youth Theatre group (Ages 12-16) written about mental health issues & relationships.

Performed in June 2017 at The Black Box Theatre, University of Cumbria.

This can be delivered weekly over a half term or full term.


What is Love?

A local project performed by all ages based in Morecambe combining Theatre, Poetry, Movement & a photography exhibition.

February 2018.

A celebration of love in all of its dimensions including why we love living by the sea and accepting ourselves.

Script written by our resident writer Elsie Sparks.

This project is available for all ages, both young people and adults. It can be delivered weekly over 12 weeks with an end performance & exhibition.


What WISE UP means to me?

A collection of honest thoughts from The Junior Youth Theatre group in Morecambe

Building community through understanding what matters to people