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2021 has been the busiest year in our short history, and we celebrated by presenting some certificates to our members who have worked so hard. Read more about the work we've done in our Review of the Year....

Join us for a week-long celebration of arts and homelessness projects in Coventry, created and co-produced by people who have current or previous lived experience of homelessness....

After the curtain fell on the drama group’s performance of No Time for Christmas at Shop Front Theatre, an evil wizard reflects on the effort that went into producing this pantomime…...

Underground Lights member Bengy reflects on how much progress the group have made over the last few months as they get ready for their next performance in two weeks’ time…...

“It was without doubt one of the most inspiring interpretations I had seen in a long while.” Creative Café member Rob shares his experiences of meeting the cast behind the Belgrade Theatre’s co-production of Frankenstein....

The Creator as Created: in her short work of fiction, Creative Café participant Andrea imagines the consequences of Frankenstein’s decision to create his own child....

In the opening of her story, Cecelia introduces us to a doctor with the nickname ‘Frankenstein’ and a facility for young and pregnant teenage girls. The facility is comfortable and the staff seem friendly, but all is not what it seems...

“The corridor moved as the tendrils of life moved through the building blocking out the last day of sun…” Bengy Speer responds to the themes of the Belgrade Theatre’s Frankenstein in a writing workshop run as part of our Creative Café programme....