Unclassified Arts provide drama in education, INSETS, arts training and consultancy packages for schools and colleges in the UK and abroad. They believe that the performing arts (and in particular physical theatre) are an effective way to develop people both individually and collectively, particularly for those who are marginalised in society.
Isaac Ngugi is a creativity-in-education specialist working in special needs and mainstream primary schools. Isaac devises and implements creative projects in schools, and is a behaviour specialist within Key Stage 1 & 2. He works includes advocacy & video production, and is currently studying a masters in education & social research. Click above on “Creative Education” to see his projects, and contact Isaac at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Medlin is currently drama module leader for the National Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre, a unique and innovative performing arts training that has an emphasis on non-western performing arts form run by WAC Performing Arts & Media. Click “Performance Training” to see more information (opens in new page), and contact Steve at Steve.Medlin@WacArts.co.uk
Robert Stephenson is a career, life and performance coach, and is currently Head of Training and trains on the Diploma in Transformational Coaching and the Diploma in Integrative Coaching Supervision. With his own coaching practice based around narrative transformation, Robert works with individuals on creating powerful new stories to live their lives by.Click “Coaching” for more details (opens in new page) & email him at email@example.com
Unclassified Arts on stage for WACarts fundraiser
On Sunday June 19th, Unclassified Arts took part in Revolution at WACarts, sharing a star-studded performing their updated comedy sketch “High Noon”. It was a great night of music, & theatre, raising monies for WACarts programmes for young people. Unclassified Arts are all former students of this very special charity, having met in their mime class over thirty years ago.