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Upcoming Events › Events and training


12 June - 21 September
Various, United Kingdom

Clean Break's Sweatbox invites you to enter the back of a prison van in which three women inside share their stories of arrival and anticipation as they are transported from court to prison, from prison to prison, from prison to court.


Women’s Support Centre: New Beginnings Art Awards 2019

7 September, 8:00 am - 13 October, 5:00 pm
Surrey, United Kingdom

Every year the Women's Support Centre, Woking hosts an Art Awards for women to submit artwork from in prison or through visiting the Centre. The entries are exhibited at the Lightbox Gallery.


A Night in the Clink

15 September - 25 September
Cardiff, United Kingdom

An immersive theatre and dining experience at The Clink Restaurant in HMP Cardiff, developed by Papertrail and the Sherman Theatre.


Koestler exhibition 2019

19 September - 3 November
London, United Kingdom

The Koestler Trust's exhibition of art entered in to its annual awards will this year be curated by award-winning saxophonist Soweto Kinch.


Prodigal Arts and Changing Tunes exhibition

19 September, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Bristol, United Kingdom

Prodigal Arts invites you to a private view of high-quality original artwork, prints and cards for sale, produced by prisoners from HMP Leyhill Prison. With music from Changing Tunes.


HMPPS grant programme information events

24 September - 1 October
York, Cardiff, London, United Kingdom

Information events from Clinks for anyone interested in applying to HM Prison and Probation Service's next grant funding programme for 2020-2022.


I’d Rather Go Blind

1 October, 7:30 pm - 5 October, 10:00 pm
London, United Kingdom

A new play from Futures Theatre and Somalia Seaton, shaped by the stories of women with lived experience of the criminal justice system.


Clean Break’s New Work Showcase

4 October, 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
London, United Kingdom

See two new works in development from former Clean Break members Sonya Hale and Daisy King at The Bunker Theatre.


On Hold

6 October - 7 October
London, United Kingdom

Presented by Tale Be Told Theatre for the One Festival of Homeless Arts, On Hold is a take on the housing crisis from the viewpoint of families living in temporary accommodation.


Playing the Game

9 October - 10 October
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Geese Theatre Company presents Playing the Game, a theatre of testimony piece using material from a series of drama workshops and interviews at HMP Peterborough.


Learning Social – Arts in Prison

14 October, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Birmingham, United Kingdom

Discussion of arts in prison chaired by Ikon Gallery's artist in residence at HMP Grendon, Dean Kelland.


Novus at Tate Liverpool

28 October - 3 November
Liverpool, United Kingdom

Creative art pieces produced by men from five prisons across the North West and North Wales will be presented in Tate Exchange at Tate Liverpool.


Theatre of the Oppressed training

4 November - 6 November
Manchester, United Kingdom

Odd Arts is hosting Geo Britto, one of the first generations of students who trained with Augusto Boal in Brazil, for a three-day training workshop.



11 November - 30 November
London, United Kingdom

A kaleidoscopic view of what happens when a woman goes to prison, from Clean Break and Donmar Warehouse.