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Tangled Feet have ambitious plans for the future and we need your help to make them happen.  We are a lean and efficient organisation; we spend over 90% of our income directly on creative projects - creating theatre productions, offering paid internships and work placements for unemployed and disadvantaged young people, and training the next generation of creative artists.

 

Please help us to do even more. A single donation will help us deliver our next project.  A monthly donation will help us plan for the future.

 

We'd also be really excited to hear from you if you can help in other ways. Can you spare your time to volunteer with us? Do you have an empty office or rehearsal space that we can use? Or a facility we can store our growing catalogue of sets, props and costumes? To discuss the ways to get involved with Tangled Feet please contact our Development Manager, Jonathan.

 

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Tangled Feet is registered Charity Number: 1143406

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News

News

Aug 17th 2022

Belongings – Rowan Tree Dramatherapy

by Bryony Brooker & Justine Staley   An idea   First of all, I want to say I love my job and after working with Tangled Feet, I love my job with rejuvenated enthusiasm, a bag full of shiny tools, an insurmountable pride in our young co-creator team, and new possibilities of what we can bring to our work.   Just as a bit of background, Justine and I are directors of Rowan Tree Dramatherapy. Founded in 2013 as a Community Interest Company, we provide a Dramatherapy Service across Kent where we are committed and dedicated to working within the community to ensure Dramatherapy is both accessible and useful. We work extensively with young people, many of whom who do not live with their birth parents. Thanks to Children in Need, we have been able to offer fully funded group therapy each year for the past seven years to Children in Care. With each group, we create a space together that offers the potential to experience a sense of belonging that they have agency over moulding, shaping, and making their own. They have a voice, they are heard, and their feelings and emotions are validated. However, outside the therapy room, all too often these young people have had no choice and no voice, in what has happened in their past, and sometimes in their present, we always strive to support agency and wondered how could their voices become tangible?   Together, we tentatively considered how a piece of therapeutic theatre could be created and how this might look. We knew we did not have the knowledge or skill set to create the vision we had (it had to be spot on) and knew that it would take a theatre company that had great integrity and experience to pull this idea off.   

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