Inspiration

Tell Me A Tale has been inspired by many organisations and individuals in its development.  The community arts is a growing sector and by sharing our knowledge we are able to reach out further to various communities and exceed our expectations.

Actors for Human Rights is a network of over 500 professional actors who are dedicated to drawing attention to human rights concerns.

Attic Theatre Company run Many Voices a drama workshop project for young refugees and asylum seekers.

AWESOME Arts Home of the annual AWESOME International Arts Festival for Bright Young Things and the Creative Challenge. AWESOME is a contemporary arts organisation for young people and their families in Western Australia.

Barking Gecko ignites the imagination of young people through extraordinary theatre.

Company of Angels fosters and produces new and experimental theatre for young audiences both by producing shows and by initiating innovative projects that directly involve young people.

Conflict Relief was sparked by a rare friendship between two performers – one a Palestinian refugee the other an ex-Israeli Army officer – Conflict Relief uses comedy to explore conflict.

Geese Theatre Company is a team of actors and group workers who present interactive drama and conduct workshops, staff training and consultation within the Criminal Justice System.

InterAct Reading Service is the only UK charity dedicated to supporting stroke recovery by using professional actors to deliver a live and interactive reading service to people who have had a stroke in hospitals and at stroke clubs.

Lis’n Tell: live inclusive storytelling is an approach to communication development – a bridge to literacy.

Music In Detention exists for immigration detainees.  We want the shared experience of music-making to build supportive relationships between detainees and the surrounding community.  Our work helps detainees to cope with detention, and the wider community to understand their experience of it.  

Odd Theatre Company is committed to working creatively with vulnerable and excluded groups, for positive and realistic results.

Oily Cart works entirely with children, many with complex disabilities, and often behind closed doors in special schools.

RRaFT Educators facilitate and enable individuals, groups and communities to explore, understand and create lives that inspire and celebrate who they are and what’s possible for humanity.

Songroom provides free, tailored, long-term music and arts-based programs for children in disadvantaged and high need communities.

Writers in Prison Network puts writers and creative artists into prisons to deliver creative writing, drama, video, music, oral storytelling, journalism, creative reading and publishing programmes.

Yirra Yaakin enables Aboriginal communities to continue to perform their own stories.