Creative Learning is offered locally throughout the UK, and responds to the specific needs and opportunities in each area. Activities take place in our inspiring venues, online, at events and festivals and in schools and other community settings.
Creative Learning is delivered across five key categories to ensure ATG’s core values are upheld, and to guarantee our reach and impact across the group. Our programme is vibrant and reflective of the changed cultural and educational landscape, underpinned by our five programme categories:
We forge relationships with other organisations to further our impact locally and nationally. Partnerships are formed with grassroots organisations, local businesses and schools, other arts organisations, the local creative community, funding bodies, trusts and foundations, and more.
Our programme is a vehicle through which all members of the public are able to access, experience and enjoy all that their theatres have to offer. It engages people who might otherwise feel that the theatre is not accessible to them, and accommodates and empowers people of all abilities, ages, genders, races and socio-economic backgrounds.
We are proactive, dynamic and deliver directly to the particular local community’s needs, challenges and opportunities. Our venues are beacons for the community, serving an important civic role in support of local priorities such as placemaking and post-Covid cultural agendas.
We nurture our relationships with producers, and work with visiting productions and companies as residents whilst at our venues. Together we engage participants through educational activities that nurture and develop our audiences and their interest in, and understanding of the show.
We bring together all teams around a specific subject and challenge, allowing us to leverage our network to ensure an incredible joint impact. Our core Creative Learning team are organised as one groupwide force, working together as an agile collective to share expertise and raise the quality and breadth of our leading work.
Last year, CLCP initiatives have been experienced by more than 102k participants across the UK & US
We have raised over £400k in funding and sponsorship in the last year, enabling us to deliver a programme that reaches those most in need.
Our work is supported by over 70 partnership organisations across the UK and employs over 180 freelance artists & practitioners.
Learn more about our activity from our team
If you’ve got any questions or want to find out more, contact your local Creative Learning department for further information – we'll be more than happy to help!