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Spreading joy, sharing kindness and being fair
Working together to promote an accessible, affordable and high quality arts programme across the Lothians.

We have formed lots of positive partnerships and relationships over the years to create more opportunities for local children and young people to engage with creative and social activities.

Partnerships and relationships include: Smile Counselling, Eastfield Development Centre, West Lothian Council, Fauldhouse Community Development Trust, Blackburn Community Centre Management Committee and Star Harmonies.

Working towards a fairer, more accessible and joyful creative arts model within communities.

We aim to create spaces for children and young people to grow in confidence and in creativity. We believe that the only way to do this is by creating a fair, accessible and joyful hub for the arts in small communities.

We work in the grassroots of small communities to engage local children and young people in their local venues, rather than having to travel miles to bigger towns. We believe that working towards geographic accessibility is the fairest way to build a youth theatre.

Celebrating local people, spaces and stories through projects that root themselves in communities.

The stories we tell with our children and young people through performances are important. We believe in placing value on their creative process from the youngest of our ages. Every child is an artist. 

We give the children and young people agency and ownership in the work they create. We want to be able to give our participants positive experiences by performing work they are proud of and call their own.

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