We work in film, dance, theatre and music. Our popular productions are varied and cover a wide range of themes and topics. Whether light-hearted in tone or a serious tale, our tutors and volunteers work with the members to create stunning art that excites, entertains and surprises.
Our productions are at the core of what we do and are a true example of the hard work and dedication that goes into making Freewheelers Theatre and Media what it is. Click here to see our current productions.
In addition to our touring theatre productions, we run weekly workshops in dance, drama, music and media and create performance opportunities for our members to share their work in public.
Become a member of Freewheelers by joining one of our workshops. Click here to see what workshops we offer.
We wouldn’t be what we are if it wasn’t for our artists. We have tremendous talent here at Freewheelers in our members, staff and volunteers alike.
It’s this eclectic mix of people, personalities and skills that allows us to put on our multi-faceted productions and workshops. From dancing and singing, acting and performing to filming, editing and producing; here at Freewheelers, our artists can do it all. Meet our team here.
We are based in Surrey and have toured our work across the South East of England. We have collaborated with English Touring Opera and the National Theatre. Our multimedia projects are viewed across the world.
We work with people of all abilities. We nurture individual talents and our members take on diverse responsibilities including choreography, lighting, mentoring and public speaking. All of our projects are underpinned by an ethos of teamwork which brings all our skills together.
All of our projects are professionally led, managed and supported by our team of dedicated volunteers.
Our outreach programme includes regular performances, workshops and talks for schools, businesses and arts organisations. Our hugely popular ‘Trust’ workshops use interactive activities and dance performance to teach year 6 children disability awareness and to celebrate the abilities of disabled people.