Using the Arts to empower and inform

Tutubi offers Arts Therapy to foster hope and healing, Arts Workshops to empower people emotionally and socially. Training to encourage professionals to develop and reflect on their work. Our sessions are run by facilitators from different but complementary fields and who are from a range of cultural backgrounds, drawing on the richness there is in diversity.

Sunday, 25 March 2012

Tutubi in Bahrain


Tutubi will be facilitating training workshops with teachers and carers of people with disabilities, and therapeutic workshops with children with learning disabilities.
The workshops will be held in the Kingdom of Bahrain in cooperation with the British Council and the Rehabilitation Institute of Active Learning.

Friday, 2 March 2012

More Magical Mayhem


Intergenerational theatre-making continues! Building community in Islington by using theatre to develop understanding between teenagers and elders.

Wednesday, 28 September 2011

Arts Therapy and brain trauma


Tutubi has teamed up with Samsah, France in a continuing effort to provide services and support to victims of brain trauma and their families. Arts therapy workshops are held weekly with brain trauma victims in an effort to encourage self expression and self esteem.

Monday, 18 July 2011

The Waxing Droplets


An intergenerational theatre project in Islington, UK looking at storytelling and building community through working together.

Friday, 13 August 2010

A Picture: Worth 1000 Words


In an effort to diminish isolation amongst the elderly, Tutubi facilitated a storytelling through photography workshop with a group of older people in England.

Thursday, 28 January 2010

Midsummer Madness



Funded by the Arts Council of England and in partnership with the Claremont Project, Tutubi welcomes 2010 with a new theatre project, "Midsummer Madness". This is a partnership project that will bring together people in Canonbury from different generations and backgrounds. Participants will co-create a multi-ethnic summer “pantomime” at the Walter Sickert Centre. Creative participation will catalyse social cohesion, improve health and psychological well being and engender on-going social development. The project begins in February and closes in July with a free performance.

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Tutubi at Oxford University


On the 12th of September, Isabelle Rodker and Paula Holme of Tutubi facilitated a workshop at Oxford University for the annual conference of the British Association of Dramatherapists (BADth). Entitled "Lost in Translation", the workshop explored the theme of Bridging Cultures, looking at the complexities of applying Arts Therapies in Southeast Asia, combining Arts Therapy with photography and of integrating Art Therapy with Dramatherapy.