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Theatre Inspiring  Change

The Conversation Starts Here!

Theatre Inspiring Change uses interactive theatre to address pressing issues such as misogyny, consent, racism and homophobia.


Our performances spark conversations and drive tangible change in schools, workplaces and with the public.


We have won numerous awards and impacted more than 100,000 individuals across the country.


Committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity, we dismantle barriers and empower individuals to speak out against discrimination confidently, to create a brighter, more compassionate future.


We're proud to have made an impact to over
100,000 young people and adults.


Before the show 35.45% young people knew what misogyny was. It was 98.63% after.


“The audience live out their suggestions, questions, fears and ideas through the actors … to chart the course of the performance and see the impact words and actions can have …”

National Diversity Awards 2020

How Can We Help You?

Theatre In Education

Do you work with young people and young adults in an education setting? A teacher, lecturer, SLT, governor, staff or wider school community in education, alternative provision, working with NEETs or in the community?

Theatre In Business

Are you in business, the public sector or a public body?
If you’re interested in our EDI corporate training, events and CPD programmes.

Public Events & Touring Theatre

Touring theatre that entertains whilst addressing inequality and inspiring change.


Our Team

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Sarah Ellis

Sarah is a director, actor, facilitator, teacher, writer, with over 30 years experience making theatre. She Graduated from Rose Bruford Drama School with BA degree in Community Theatre and PGCE in Drama. Her work includes directing and writing musical theatre and plays, theatre-in-education tours, site specific theatre, devised, interactive and immersive theatre.


Sarah’s mission is to create inclusive theatre available to all and in non-theatre spaces. Recently award Community Champion at Best Business Woman Awards 2019. Whether it’s the UK debut performance of the musical Parade, a forum piece tacking issues for teenagers or examining grief and bereavement with adults, she always stamps her own style on the project promoting inclusion and diversity at all times.’

What Clients Say

“I was completely taken aback at how powerfully their brand of storytelling impacted upon their audience. The impact of their theatrical presentation was moving and impressive, and important.”

Daniel Sparrow, Westend Theatre Producer

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