Theatre is at work changing organisational culture.


Theatre at work overcomes one of the key challenges in changing behaviour and workplace culture; it generates ownership through awareness and shared understanding.  Through theatre-based techniques, the learning and development process becomes interactive and exciting.  We use a range of highly engaging plays in workshops, conferences and learning events.  These plays resonate with each audience because they use relevant material that reflects their world and facilitation is designed to challenge their thinking. 

Everyone has the right to go home safe from work every day, yet workplace incidents still happen. Creating and sustaining a culture of safety takes continuous effort and our behaviour-based safety plays and programmes can support you.

To highlight common business challenges and enable skills enhancement at all levels of your organisation, we have developed a suite of scripted scenarios for theatre-based workshops and programmes.

Latest News

New Safety Play Launch - June 2017

We are pleased to launch a new safety play which focuses on key themes of responsibility and safety conversations, including issues particularly relevant to contruction and engineering contractors.  Based on a real incident which happened in Ireland working at height 'Fallout' explores some of the human factors that influence a culture of safety on site as well as effective planning and contractor dynamics.  Highly engaging and interactive, the official launch of this piece took place at the Irish Wind Energy Association Safety Conference in Naas on June 7th and we were delighted to be part of the conference.  

Theatre at work can overcome a key challenge in culture change; it enables buy-in to the benefits of safe practices by generating understanding of why they are important and gives participants valuable insights into workplace behaviour, including their own.