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A drama project that helps participants develop their aims for their own 'next stage' - whether this is in employment or education. Aimed at young people with autism and/or moderate learning difficulties, SEBD or mental health issues, sessions use Drama exercises to improve soft skills such as communication, meta-cognition, confidence and teamwork. 

Each project includes a trip to a West End theatre production, inspiration visit to theatre-related place of work in central London and a communication skills workshop in central London.

“The exercises and the activities were brilliant. The students forgot that they were learning, they were just showing off what they can do.”

Teacher, Bromley College, 2019





  • Self-discovery resulting in greater self-knowledge and self-understanding
  • The ability to try out new things
  • Increased confidence
  • A broader outlook on the world
  • Increased empathy with others in the group
  • Feeling enabled to overcome personal barriers through the example and support of other group members 
Career and Future
  • Developing skills to become workplace ready
  • Exploration of new ideas about future possibilities
  • Clarifying aims and goals for future career progression
Projects can take place at any time of year, and will be timed to fit in with existing schedules.
8 in-school sessions and 1 communication skills workshop per project.
Each session is 90 minutes long
Includes an inspiration visit to an arts-related place of work, such as a West End theatre or marketing agency


£300 for all the participatory sessions plus £8 per theatre ticket


“All the things you’ve taught us, I’ll never forget that. It made me feel that I can keep on doing that. I’ve actually got a lot better because of everything we’ve done. That’s actually really helped me.”

Student, Glebe School, Jan 2019

Contact Us

Mousetrap Theatre Projects
33 Shaftesbury Avenue,

Visitors: Entrance is on Rupert Street

t: 020 7632 4111
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Registered charity number 1053434