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Unique Recipe

This entertaining and thought provoking theatre-in-education production explores the relationship between a healthy mind and a healthy body with a real focus on obesity and the choices children can make to stay emotionally and physically healthy.

Life couldn't be better for the Whybrow family – Seb has a real talent for running and has his sights on the Olympics. Life couldn't be worse for a new girl Suzannah – her family seems to be falling apart and it starts to affect her dream to run for Britain.

Life sets both children the challenge to stay fit, healthy and happy but how much will it be their choice?

Unique Recipe 2 looks at what different ingredients go into making each one of us, it enables young people to gain a greater acceptance of themselves and others, to respect each person's unique identity, and promotes emotional and physical well being.

"It was brilliant! I really liked the bit where we could join in. I won’t forget you and the show and we was learning at the same time."


"I learnt to eat healthy foods especially fruit and vegetables, to keep fit and to talk to someone you know about how you feel"

"The quality of information was excellent and the pack a great source of ideas. The training I attended was excellent and ensured I was well prepared to support the visit"


  • Writer - Ray Downing
  • Director - Annie Smol
  • Assistant Director - Ray Downing
  • Set Designer - Becca Chester
  • Performers - Jon French, Dani Gill, Peter Faventi, Darren Carr
  • Actor / Communicator - Catrin Thomas


  • Funded by Enfield Education, Enfield Children’s Fund, Tottenham Grammer Foundation, Trusthouse Trust.

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.