Creative Writing 

Adults are provided with the opportunity to expand their creative writing skills by participating in a wide variety of fun and imaginative exercises designed to encourage both independent and cooperative working skills. From character driven storytelling to abstract letter writing, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Curious as to what the group’s been up to? Listen to The Blueprint! The Blueprint was written as part of Creative for Life Creative Writing sessions. Participants went to a local studio and recorded the play where the sound engineer added effects and editing. The radio play stems from an interest the group’s facilitator, Natalie, has in types of performance without the need for visual accompaniment. The Creative Writing group were given the task to collaboratively write a fictional story suitable for radio and to work with each other to edit the script before recording it at a local studio.

The Blue Print is a murder mystery set on a train in the 1930’s with plenty of black humour and mysterious characters…but who committed the crime?

Over the last few weeks a new project has started involving animation and the group have mad a few videos witch are featured below for you to enjoy!!

Here are a few animations from our current project of creative writing and animation.




We know that being involved with the arts as a participant or as a viewer can have a profound effect on people's lives; whether it is running a film project for young people at risk of exclusion or giving adults with learning difficulties the chance to create stories and perform in front of an audience, we know that life is made more enjoyable and rewarding when we spend time doing something creative with a group of friends, old and new.If you believe the arts are as important as we do, please consider making a small donation. We appreciate your continued support!