East Midlands - Projects
University of Nottingham Wheelchair Basketball
University of Nottingham Wheelchair Basketball club helps wheelchair users to be able to enjoy as many aspects of university as possible in an inclusive environment is paramount to those less physically able
This dance school in Leicestershire has spent more than 25 years educating young people in the artistic heritage of South Asia and bringing joy to diverse audiences
Derby Silk Mill - Museum of Making
This pioneering regeneration project will preserve Derby’s important industrial heritage while giving the community a lead role in co-producing the design and content of the new Museum of Making.
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theatre Festival
The British branch of this energetic international speed theatre festival has used National Lottery funding to turn young people into playwrights – and see their work performed to a live audience
The YES Project
The YES (Youth Employability Support) Project is a three-year scheme which has helped more than 400 people not in education, employment or traning aged 15-24 to improve their chances of work and overcome the barriers they face.
Brightsparks Comedy Asylum
Brightsparks Comedy Asylum is a series of comedy workshops with mental health service users culminating in a series of live performances in clubs, psychiatric units and conferences throughout the East Midlands region. Run by volunteers, it uses comedy as therapy.