Category: News

Welcome to Gibber news! Here we share blog posts with useful, practical advice and tips as well as keep you updated with the latest Gibber happenings.

A successful year of schools engagement

Helping organisations to connect with young people As 2020 begins we’re taking a moment to reflect on Gibber’s 2019 which was an amazing year of schools engagement across the UK and Australia. For over 20 years Gibber have been helping organisations to engage with young people in a way that interests them and gets the… Read more »

Theatre in education comes with its own rewards

Make a difference to the lives of thousands of young people… Finding regular paid work as a young actor can be tough. You finish drama school full of confidence, ready to take the world by storm. You apply for your first role which you know you would be perfect for, only to find there are… Read more »

What it’s like to be a TiE Actor

Working as a TiE actor takes a certain sort of person… This week our Smashed team will have driven over 1200 kilometres across Victoria in the Gibber van. They’ve stayed overnight in 5 different towns and visited 9 schools, performing for around 1300 year 8/9 students. None of their audiences chose to watch their play,… Read more »

Who are the Gibber Actors?

Have you ever wondered what its like to work as an actor in theatre in education? By the end of this academic year Gibber Australia will have delivered 978 educational performances, engaging 137,000 students across 4 states and territories. We couldn’t achieve these impressive numbers without the hard work and dedication of our fantastic actor/… Read more »

Aim Higher Positive Feedback

“I think this is a positive strategy to achieving our dreams” Since 2013 Gibber have been successfully developing and delivering the innovative widening participation program, Aim Higher, in partnership with Western Sydney University. The dynamic, interactive Aim Higher performance engages and inspires young people to broaden their education horizons and consider higher education as a realistic option.… Read more »