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  • Nick Myles

Fear not. No role-play required.

When people hear drama-based training they often think of a painful role-play situation. Fear not. We use drama to start a discussion and we only use trained actors, so you can relax safe in the knowledge you won’t have to do any acting (unless, of course, you want to.)

The pieces of drama we use are written bespoke and we base them on real-life situations. Using drama means we're not pointing fingers and we're not putting anyone in the spotlight. Instead, using fictional characters and interactions that reflect the culture of your organisations to start a conversation. To find out more about our interactive approach to Diversity and Inclusion, check out

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