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Somewhere far out at sea there is an island, home to one man, his daughter and a variety of extraordinary animals.

This magical island offers everything anyone could ever need; food, shelter, beautiful sunsets and safety.

But is one man’s paradise another’s prison? ‘Our Island’ is Broken Silence’s uplifting and original new musical.

The inclusive group of actors, musicians and amazing puppets will transport you to a fantastical world thrown into turmoil when a storm of reality crashes through their calm existence.

Performances take place on

Thursday 21st at 1.15pm & 7.30pm

Friday 22nd May 2015 at 7.30pm

For tickets contact the Dugdale Centre Box Office: 020 8379 1468 or visit

For general enquiries contact Face Front Inclusive Theatre on 020 8350 3461 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

A Witch from the 17th century…... A Saint from the 20th century!

Travel back and forth in time through the historic Parish of Edmonton and explore two very different lives of two very determined women.

Over 400 years ago, Elizabeth Sawyer, maker of medicinal potions, was accused of witchcraft.  Last century, Gladys Aylward, a working class missionary, travelled to China and had remarkable adventures.

Epic stories will be performed through comedy and tragedy, song and dance by the talented inter-generational group 'InterACTion'.

Come and see 'the Determined and the Damned' -  if you dare!!!

Performances take place on

Wednesday 28th October 2015 at 1pm & 7.45pm

Thursday 29th October 2015 at 1pm & 7.45pm

For tickets contact the Dugdale Centre Box Office: 020 8807 6680 or visit

For general enquiries contact Face Front Inclusive Theatre on 020 8350 3461 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Theatre for Change - PARTICIPATION

Face Front runs arts projects and workshops for ‘hard to reach’ adults, children and young people to learn arts skills, improve confidence and social skills, have a space for self-expression and to create performances to raise awareness around issues of concern.

Young people who are carers, parents or offenders, disabled young people and adults have all created projects with Face Front artists that have both transformed their lives and effected change.

Please see below to find out what we are currently doing throughout our participation programme:

Youth Challenge

Youth Challenge is working with the older members and their parents/carers of our performing arts club members to make this group become more sustainable and effective, by building in a new training programme for older members, developing staff and volunteer skills, becoming more effective in fundraising for the group and effective within themselves.


’InterACTion’ is  an intergenerational project for people of all ages and cultures focusing on older people, disabled people, children and youth based in Ponders End linked with the Ponders End Development Trust, Community Aid, Niburu, MIND, Age UK and the Women’s Centre.

Broken Silence

Awaiting information


‘My Life’ was a project delivered for young parents, offering them the opportunity to create a documentary of their experiences and views of being a young parent. They have decided that they would like to continue the work and create a platform for their film. They also feel strongly about wanting to gain the necessary skills required to enhance their quality of life for themselves and their children, they understand that to achieve this it is essential they enter into training and employment.

Act ‘4’ Change Youth Theatre

Act ‘4’ Change Youth Theatre will be a highly skilled flagship youth theatre facilitated by Face Front Inclusive Theatre. Face Front runs many other groups but the difference between this one and others is that this will provide a continued and connected programme of up skilling and training young people between the ages of 11 – 25. The youth theatre will concentrate in all areas of theatre production including backstage management, lighting, costumes, directing, writing and performance skills.

Performing Arts Clubs

Face Front run an after school performing arts group for disabled children and young people (From 11 – 19) which raises confidence and helps them to gain social and life skills through participation in arts activities.

More information to come…..

Artistic Vision

We have developed a multi-accessible style of performance which is distinct and exciting.

Founder Members

In the late 90s a group of artists started to experiment with different ways of working in Theatre.


Our board members bring a range of experiences and points of view to what we do.


Face Front was begun by artists who were all committed to working inclusively within their particular art form.