Together in Electric Dreams...
Creative Electric enjoy working in partnership with other companies. Collaborations include:
The Princes Trust
Working with Team 15 Creative Electric explored the idea that our behaviour can come back to haunt us. Team 15 presented their work on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh
Granton Youth Centre www.grantonyouth.com
Creative Electric worked alongside Granton Youth Centres volunteering programme to create a piece of forum theatre looking at the effects of gang culture.
The production Split//Second was premiered at North Edinburgh Arts Centre in April 2010.
Split//Second was performed as part of Diverse Attractions programme during the Edinburgh Fringe 2010.
The production toured Edinburgh Secondary schools in 2011 and 2012 funded by Cashback for Communities.
St Theresa's Youth Club
Actors from Creative Electric's young company worked alongside participants to create work based on their experiences living in the area.
Gullane Youth Arts
In partnership with The Village Hall Community Association, Creative Electric is building Gullane Youth Arts. The aim behind this project is to create a programme of arts activities that will be youth led.
Gullane Youth Arts is kindly supported by the Village Hall Community Association & Young Scot.
Link Up Centre is run by women for women who suffer mental health problems and isolation, who need support to take the next step.
Creative Electric have been invited to facilitate drama workshops with the Link Up Ladies. Lately we have been exploring Verbatim Theatre and Tony Roper's 'The Steamie'. And most importantly we have been laughing, a lot.
Edinburgh Festival Theatre www.festivaltheatre.org.uk
Creative Electric are proud to work alongside the Education and Audience Development Dept at the Edinburgh Festival Theatre to provide education workshops to accompany visiting productions.