Inform Theatre’s Exciting New Project

Our dance and spoken word workshops with THE ARTIFACT have begun. Over the course of 8 weeks, we’ll be working  to create a piece on disability hate crime. As part of this project, we had a visit from Dundee and Angus ADHD Support group. Check out the photos on THE ARTIFACT Facebook page!

The Artifact
Gemma Connell, MFA 
WEEK 1 – How does my body move? Introduction to dance and spoken word
WEEK 2 – ADHD Research through dance and spoken word
WEEK 3 – Generating Stories: Heroes in Disability Hate Crime
WEEK 4 – Deconstructing Terms – what do these words mean to us?

Inform Theatre is an education and training company based at Dundee Rep Theatre

Inform Theatre is an education and training company based at Dundee Rep Theatre who devise and perform original work for both public and special interest audiences

IMG_8958 IMG_8948

Educational Resources

Inform Educational Programme: ‘Using creative drama to enhance understanding of issues related to disability and diversity.

This resource is aimed at primary school children with it’s focus being on helping children understand issues related to disabilities and the feelings of people with disabilities.

The programme explores these issues in a fun, safe, creative and expressive space.

For more information contact Admin @ Tayberry 01382 770933














Podcast Background

Story behind why Inform Theatre were invited to get involved

Last year, A Moment’s Peace (AMP) took part in the Gulbenkian Foundation ‘Sharing the Stage’ programme  This was a research and development grant which enabled AMP to develop the Common Ground programme. AMP had residencies in 4 regions (Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeenshire, and Mull). During that time, Catrin Evans (AMP’s Artistic Director) was working with The Dundee Community Company on creating a new show called ‘The Land Beneath Our Feet’. Dundee Rep were a partner during the Common Ground research and development phase. After this R&D period and performance. We wanted to continue working with Dundee Rep on Common Ground and it was Suzi Morris who had suggested that we work with Inform Theatre. Suzi had mentioned that many of the group might be interested in the project (which explores the themes & issues of land use, ownership and housing in Scotland) due to their own housing situations.

All the funders and partners are on the website. But essentially, the biggest funder of the project is Creative Scotland. You can see the full partners on

Podcast – Why was Dundee choosen to be included in the wider project

Although the Common Ground project is open to those across all of Scotland , we rooted ourselves across 4 regions in both urban and rural locations. We wanted to work in Dundee to continue our partnership with Dundee Rep, but also as a city undergoing lots of redevelopment we thought it would be an exciting & interesting time to work with different groups in the area.

Who are the funders?   The biggest funder of the project is Creative Scotland. You can see the full partners on

INFORM THEATRE Podcast Sharing


What a fantastic Podcast sharing today @ Dundee Rep Theatre

WE would like to say a big thank-you to Jodie & Scott

from # Inform Theatre



Goodbye & Good Luck Lee after your 6 week work placement # Inform Theatre



Your Are Invited to


‘My House’ Podcast Sharing Event

Wednesday 9th November 10.45 – 11.30am

Dundee Rep Theatre

Over a series of 8 weeks, Inform Theatre have been working with artists Jody Marshall, playwright and author, and Scott Twynholm musician and composer on the ‘My House’ project, exploring Dundee’s Mary Slessor Gardens, as part of a wider theme of housing, land and land ownership in Scotland

 The project has enabled participants to creatively explore the themes of the My House project, as well as develop experience and skills as being research artists and creating audio storytelling content.  We hope you will be free to join us for an informal sharing of our work.  Light refreshments will be served.





PEOPLE’S TOWER- WE Helped build it @ Inform Theatre