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We pride ourselves on the diverse and innovative projects we produce and collaborate on. Take a look at our current and most recent projects.

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Animate Evolve

Animate Evolve is a massive part of our activity as a company; meeting weekly, our sessions are a combination of rehearsals, skills workshops and project development. The main focus of these sessions is collaboration. The company is a diverse group of people with and without disabilities but with a shared passion for creating quality theatre as well as breaking down barriers and the stigmas of what it means to be disabled. For more information about Animate Evolve and how to get involved click here.

Supported by The National Lottery Community Fund

When: Term time Monday Evenings, 18:30- 20:00

Where: Plymouth University 

Cost: £5 per session


Animate Effect

Animate Effect is a day group for disabled adults looking at theatre and performance skills. We will be exploring drama, music, prop making and lots of other things. The main focus of these sessions is community, social and playfulness through theatre. Learning from disabled and non-disabled theatre practitioners, our sessions are an inclusive and fun look at making. To find out more about Animate Effect contact us here.

To sign up for Animate Effect click here

When: Tuesdays, 10:30- 12:30, 14th May - 16th July 2024

Where: Mount Gould Methodist Church, Faringdon Rd, Plymouth PL4 7FD

Cost: £5 per session



The Animate CIC (Community Interest Company) team are dedicated to further educating schools, work environments, and the community on disability. We are a non-profit organisation that are available to hire. Recently, the Animate CIC team have produced a film in collaboration with Autek CIC for The University of Plymouth for their medical students on reasonable adjustments for disabled people in a doctor's appointment as well as further challenges those with learning disabilities may face. Watch here

Coming soon from Animate CIC, Ruby and Rhys. The team have created a film surrounding the lived experience of people with physical and cognitive disabilities for school age children. Watch here


The Animate CIC team are currently building a training package offering to other teams and organisations an insight into disability and how they can improve their practices to better support people with disabilities.

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