‘Not My Problem’

Not My Problem’ is a play about bullying, covering a wide range of highly debated issues including racism, sexism and homophobia. Set in a wrestling ring, the play identifies those who are responsible when bullying takes place and explores solutions in dealing with the problem. The project also allows the audience to examine the thoughts,… Read more »

Fast>>Forward

The Fast>>Forward project will be touring Schools in the London borough of Croydon from Friday 23rd until Friday the 30th of November 2012. The play contains urban music and street dance and is inspired by the theme of Parkour/ Free-Running. It focuses on three young people, who pause to consider how to move forward with…

GANG*STAR – 2011 Tour

Click here to watch an intro video for the GANG*STAR project. Gang*Star is an Urban Musical Written by Phillip Ashbourne featuring Rap, DJ and Breakdance. The main purpose of the Gang*Star Project is to raise awareness of the brutal realities of gang involvement by shattering the glorified gangster lifestyle image and presenting hard hitting facts about… Read more »

Romeo & Juliet

In October 2011 we toured a fast-moving and accessible adaptation of Romeo and Juliet, continuing our 12 year partnership with The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. As a partnership, we have delivered a range of successful Shakespeare productions in both Primary and Secondary Schools. The play is abridged and staged in a modern context…. Read more »

UCL Horizons Saturday School 2011

Building on the success of last year’s similar project, The Complete Works once again worked in conjunction with University College London to deliver a five week long, short filmmaking workshop. This took place on Saturday mornings with several groups of young people. The Project had been developed to broaden the horizons of the young people… Read more »

‘Choices’

’Choices’ is the result of a Mediabox funded project produced by The Complete Works, working in conjunction with the Acland Burghley School in Camden. We offered young people aged 14 – 16 the opportunity to work together on a project which would give them not only film making knowledge and skills, but also would fully… Read more »