We work with a diverse range of groups and organisations every year, offering workshops and performance to facilitate debate, exploration and reflection. Find out more about what we offer here.
London Playback perform at conferences and festivals, exploring topics such as PTSD, social justice, multicultural communication and leadership. Highlights include:
Community Psychology: Thinking more, speaking more, doing more - British Psychological Society & Division of Clinical Psychology (2016)
Austerity & Social Justice - GlobalNet 21 & House of Commons (2016)
A Mind Full of Memories - Cambridge Festival of Ideas, The Naked Scientists (2014)
Community Process and Celebration
Sharing stories about you, your loved ones and your community is a powerful way to celebrate life or process the experience of your family and community.
We partner with families and communities to tailor performances and workshops that support the process of reflection, transformation and celebration. We are experienced in contributing to ceremonies, memorials, festivals and other community events, bringing dynamism and building connection.
For more, see our Performance Archive.
Our clients and partners include:
BeingAnOnly - British Psychodrama Association - British Psychological Society - Cambridge Festival of Ideas - Camden’s Women & Health Centre - Clean Break - Community Links Bromley - Division of Clinical Psychology - Equal People - European Society for Research into the Education of Adults - Festive Artfordable Fair - Floodgate Family - Freedom From Torture - GlobalNet 21 - Haiku Society UK - Homestart - Jay Miller - Kids Company - Koestler Trust - L&Q Living - London Borough of Lewisham - London Centre for Psychodrama - London Creativity and Wellbeing Week - London Migrant Resource Centre - Lordship Hub Co-op - Mental Health Awareness Week - Naked Scientists - New Diorama Theatre - Red Cross - Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea - SOAS - Southbank Centre - South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLAM) - Sparkle and Dark - St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace - The Survivors Trust - Unilever - University of East London - University of Greenwich - University of Kent - Women’s Therapy Centre