With a strong focus on inclusivity, Dramatis brings entertainment to the wider community by putting on performances throughout the year including:
Located in the heart of the South Downs national park, Amberley Museum is dedicated to preserving the working past of the South. In 2019, pupils from our Youth Programme joined forces with participants of our Adult Programme to take part in Amberley’s 40th Anniversary celebrations. Within the historical buildings, they created an immersive Victorian School Day experience for visitors to enjoy.
Chichester District Council
In July 2021, Council’s across the country were starting to encourage people back to the High Street post pandemic. Pupils from our Youth Programme took to the streets of Chichester to help put smiles on the faces of shoppers by performing skits, mimes and devised pieces.
Chichester Hospital Radio
Chichester Hospital Radio has been serving the patients, staff and visitors to St. Richard’s Hospital, in Chichester since 1972. CHR broadcasts a range of informative and entertaining programmes, including a nightly Patient Request Programme – a service that no other broadcaster provides. Participants from our Adult Programme worked with the production team at Chichester Hospital Radio to make professional audio-recordings of their scripts.
Felpham Village Conservation Society
The Village Conservation Society was formed in 1980 and was instrumental in the creation of the Felpham Conservation Area – the heart of the village. Today the Society is flourishing and exists to conserve the historical, cultural and aesthetic significance of the village’s built and natural environment. In 2019, pupils from our Youth Programme performed scenes from Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’ at Felpham Village’s annual Summer Fete.
St Wilfrid’s Priory Care Home
Set in a beautiful Grade II listed castle, the St Wilfrid’s environment has been designed to enhance the quality of life for residents and incorporates a number of features to promote warmth and a sense of tranquility. Participants from our Adult Programme entertained residents with a variety of sketches and skits which culminated with a group sing-a-long.