Pascal Theatre Company believes in gender parity in theatre and the arts. Women are more than half of humanity and yet their presence in the public arena does not reflect this. Our workshops and practice aim to help train girls and women to enjoy their rights as equal citizens in work, the arts and economically. 

We offer drama workshops to many different communities and also film editing workshops for young people on the autism spectrum.

This is Oscar Kraft, who attended our film-making course for youth on the spectrum. Now he is making his own films. What a success story! Bravo Oscar!

This video of Oscar Kraft is a fine example of a young man on the autism spectrum who attended our workshops and is now in full time employment. Training with our film experts gave him the confidence to develop his own skills and to write and direct his own creative films.

Currently we are working with many different communities in particular BAME groups on Discovering and Documenting England’s Lost Jews. This is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Pascal Theatre Company was formed as a Registered Charity in 1985.

We have led several successful Heritage Lottery Funded projects. 

Email us on pascaltheatrecompany@gmail.com

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