youth & community groups
Wolf + Water work with young people across a wide range of statutory and non-statutory settings, including schools, youth clubs, community organisations (everything from Young Farmers to the Princes Trust), the mental health and youth justice systems.
From working with teenagers in Belfast, or South Molton, to create performances to express to the rest of their community their hopes & fears for the future, to working in small Devon villages who want to do something more creative with their playscheme, Wolf & Water can work with a whole variety of age groups on a whole variety of issues.
Wolf + Water use a range of arts skills to enable what are often seen as “difficult” or “at risk” young people to unlock their own expressive & creative potential in a positive & pro-social way, in order both to have a good time, but also to learn new personal & interpersonal skills, & to develop a critical awareness towards their own communities & the wider world, & both their rights & responsibilities in relation to that.
On a wider community level, Wolf + Water have worked with youth theatres, performed commissioned pieces for Regional Development Agencies, & have undertaken projects with groups of elderly people.