We can’t remember a time where everyone at Collingwood Learning was all in the office, together, for a full week. The nature of our theatre work means we’re always on the road – and we clocked up the air miles recently, with a trip to Budapest. Chris Simes, our founder and MD, travelled to Hungary
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There are many reasons why your business might look to invest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) – but how do you make sure you actually make a difference, rather than simply engaging in just another tick-box exercise? Our managing director, Chris Simes, spoke to UMi last month, to explore how organisations of all shapes and
Collingwood Learning is a truly international family. It’s not solely the six-strong team at our Yorkshire HQ who bring our projects to life but a whole network of actors and freelance theatre teams, too. To give you an insight into the talent behind each scene, we want to introduce you to a different member of
The first seven days (or so) of February mark ‘National Storytelling Week’ – something which really resonates with the team at Collingwood. It’s what we do, and here’s why… Often, people find it hard to quantify how and why storytelling can be a catalyst for change. It can be viewed as something ephemeral or additional,
Collingwood Learning is a truly international family. It’s not solely the six-strong team at our Yorkshire HQ that brings our projects to life – quite literally – but a whole network of actors and freelance theatre teams, too. To give you an insight into the talent behind each scene, we want to introduce you to
One of the perks of life at Collingwood Learning, is being a part of The Smashed Project’s travelling roadshow – and the past eight weeks have seen us clocking up the airmiles with a trip to Peru. James Taylor, our fantastic scriptwriter and director, headed for South America to oversee the delivery of our underage
Our managing director, Chris Simes, spoke to Yorkshire Business Insider earlier this month, to reflect on how 2019 looked for Collingwood Learning, as well as what 2020 has in store for the industry. In case you missed the piece, catch up on our comments below. At Collingwood Learning, 2019 was a breakthrough year for many
14,500 students from across England get a hard-hitting lesson on the risks associated with underage drinking as part of an award-winning international programme that will reach 35,000 students across the UK this year. Secondary school students, aged 12 to 14, will watch a play about a group of friends who find themselves in trouble as