Peer Productions is moving to Bracknell

Award-winning youth arts charity Peer Productions are delighted to announce that they are moving in to ‘the Creative Heart of Berkshire’, South Hill Park Arts Centre, in September. Founded in 2006 and currently based in Woking, Peer Productions is a unique theatre charity that specialises in peer education through theatre. Each year they recruit and train […]

Hidden Public Performance – 17th December 2016

  Back for its third successful year, Hidden: A play about self-worth, mental health and self-harm explores the stories of three very different teenagers’ struggles with self-harm, mental health problems and their journeys to recovery. The play addresses self-harming behaviours and its triggers in an accessible format, designed to be direct, frank and to engage […]

Gala Performance

Last month Woking charity Peer Productions, celebrated their 10 year birthday with a special Gala Performance of their latest production, High, at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre supported by Woking Borough Council.  The sell out performance was preceded by a short play called Ten that chronicled the history of this unique Woking institution.  Peer Productions was […]

High – Public Performance – 28th July

Join us for a free Gala performance of our new show High to celebrate 10 years of Peer Productions! Using a blend of physical theatre, naturalistic drama and magical realism, High follows ten years in the life of Jack. Jack feels left out at school so starts smoking marijuana. Although he realises the impact the […]

Big Yellow Storage Company

Peer Productions’ are delighted to be benefitting from free storage space at Big Yellow Self Storage in Byfleet! The move-in today went smoothly and we can happily store lots of props and costumes safely and easily in our shiny new storage rooms. Managing Director Claire Knight commented, “We’re excited to be entering into this relationship with […]

2016/17 Open Day – 10th April

Sunday 10th April, 2pm – 5pm Join Peer Productions’ Artistic Team for an informal and creative open day to find out more about our pioneering and unique actor training programme. Suitable for actors aged 17-23 years, this open day will give you a strong flavour of what life at Peer Productions is really like and […]

Hidden – Public Performance – 24th March

Back by popular request for its second year, Hidden: A play about self-worth, mental health and self-harm explores the stories of three very different teenagers’ struggles with self-harm, mental health problems and their journeys to recovery. The play addresses self-harming behaviours and its triggers in an accessible format, designed to be direct, frank and to […]

Generation Girls

Generation Girls is a friendly and supportive drama club designed especially for Woking girls aged 14+. The group is designed to be a positive space for young, creative women to express themselves. We aim to build self-worth, self esteem and confidence to enable girls to make positive and informed life decisions. Using drama games, improvisation […]

Teenage Pregnancy Project

  The Autumn term saw another exciting revival of Peer Productions’ smash hit The Teenage Pregnancy Project. In its ninth successful year, this production explored the reality of being a teenage parent. Written by Nina Lemon, this show is designed to be direct, frank and to engage young audiences. The play is infused with key sexual […]

Choices Teachers’ Pack

For the 2014/15 academic year Peer Productions were funded by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey and The Surrey High Sheriff Youth Awards to create and deliver a series of drama workshops in 6 primary schools designed to build Year 6 students’ resilience as they approach the move to secondary school.These workshops […]