Welcome to our creative resources page.
Thank you for visiting.
Our brilliant Public Acts team have created some fantastic workshop videos and activity packs to give you creative ideas to do at home, entertain the kids, or simply be there for you when you need it.
There’s no pressure to take part but if there is something that you would like to see on this page or anything we can do to support you from afar, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
STORIES TO GET US THROUGH
Two brilliant creative packs bursting with activities, ideas and starting points that will help you to tell fantastic creative stories this Autumn and Winter!
One pack has been designed for adults, the other for children, and both are full with fun ways to tell your stories.
Click the download links below to get the activity pack that suits you best.
We would love to hear the stories you create, and if you'd like feature them in our Stories to Get Us Through Creative Project. If you'd like to share your story, or find out how you can get involved inn Public Acts and this project, then email then to email@example.com
WELCOME TO YOUR STORIES TO GET UST THROUGH ACTIVITY PACK FOR ADULTS!
A fantastic resource pack with ideas to support you telling your story.
Be that a real story based on your own experiences, a family story passed down through the generations, or the piece of magical fiction that you keep close to your heart, we believe that your story has the power to bring hope, courage and compassion to others in your community and beyond.
PACK OF JOY
A joyful bundle of activities and starting points that will help you to stay creative during lockdown, and beyond!
Share your projects with us so that we can exhibit and celebrate your work. Click the download link below to get your very own pack of joy.
A WORKSHOP MINI-SERIES FROM GITIKA BUTTOO
Gitika Buttoo is a theatre director, a Public Acts Associate and the Assistant Director on The Caucasian Chalk Circle. http://gitikabuttoo.co.uk/
In this mini-series of videos, Gitika guides you through the kind of activities you will recognise from Public Acts workshops with a focus on how you can keep using your voice during this period of isolation. You can follow these videos as a one-off or build them into your own regular practice.