February 24, 2020
Geese Theatre Company is a team of professional theatre practitioners who present interactive drama and facilitate workshops, staff training and consultation in prisons, secure mental health settings, young offender institutions, and in the community with probation services, youth offending teams and related agencies. A registered charity based in Birmingham, Geese works throughout the UK and overseas and has gained an international reputation for innovative work with vulnerable and socially excluded groups, becoming widely acknowledged as one of the key organisations championing the role of arts in the criminal justice system and wider social welfare arena. Our work provides solutions to a range of criminogenic issues, primarily focussing on attitudes, thinking and behaviour and addressing themes such as domestic abuse, sexual offending, violence, resettlement, substance misuse and offending, self-efficacy, and employability.
Woodbridge House, 9 Woodbridge Road, West Midlands, B13 8EH, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
0121 449 6222
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Primary Field of Work
Custody or Community
Community Interest Company
East | East Midlands | London | North East | North West | South East | South West | Wales | West Midlands | Yorkshire and the Humber
Fields of Work
Domestic & sexual violence | Education | Employment | Family support | Finance, benefits & debt | Mental health | Offender management | Other | Parenting skills | Peer support | Personal development | Physical health | Relationships | Research & academia | Resettlement | Restorative justice | Sex work | Sexual health | Through the gate | Training
People you work with
Black, Asian & minority ethnic people | Children | Ex-service personnel | Foreign nationals | Gypsies & Travellers | Immigration detainees | Lesbian, gay, bisexual people | Men | Older people | Prisoners with short sentences | Refugees & asylum seekers | Remand prisoners | Roma people | Serious offenders | Sex offenders | Transgender people | Women | Young people
All prisons | Altcourse | Ashfield | Askham Grange | Aylesbury | Bedford | Belmarsh | Birmingham | Blantyre House | Brinsford | Bristol | Brixton | Bronzefield | Buckley Hall | Bullingdon | Cardiff | Channings Wood | Chelmsford | Coldingley | Cookham Wood | Dartmoor | Deerbolt | Doncaster | Dorchester | Dovegate | Dover | Downview | Drake Hall | Durham | East Sutton Park | Eastwood Park | Edmunds Hill | Elmley | Erlestoke | Everthorpe | Exeter | Featherstone | Feltham | Ford | Forest Bank | Foston Hall | Frankland | Full Sutton | Garth | Gartree | Glen Parva | Grendon | Guys Marsh | Haslar | Haverigg | Hewell | High Down | Highpoint | Hindley | Hollesley Bay | Holloway | Holme House | Hull | Huntercombe | Isle of Wight | Kennet | Kirkham | Kirklevington Grange | Lancaster Farms | Leeds | Leicester | Lewes | Leyhill | Lincoln | Lindholme | Littlehey | Liverpool | Long Lartin | Low Newton | Lowdham Grange | Maidstone | Manchester | Moorland | Morton Hall | New Hall | North Sea Camp | Northallerton | Norwich | Nottingham | Onley | Parc | Pentonville | Peterborough | Portland | Prescoed | Preston | Ranby | Risley | Rochester | Rye Hill | Send | Spring Hill | Stafford | Standford Hill | Stocken | Stoke Heath | Styal | Sudbury | Swaleside | Swansea | Swinfen Hall | The Mount | Thorn Cross | Usk | Verne | Wakefield | Wandsworth | Warren Hill | Wayland | Wealstun | Werrington | Wetherby | Whatton | Whitemoor | Winchester | Wolds | Woodhill | Wormwood Scrubs | Wymott
Essex | Gloucestershire | Greater London | Hertfordshire | Humberside | Lancashire | Leicestershire & Rutland | Lincolnshire | Merseyside | Norfolk | Northamptonshire | Northumbria | Nottinghamshire | Staffordshire & West Midlands | Suffolk | Surrey & Sussex | Thames Valley | Wales | Warwickshire | West Mercia | West Yorkshire