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 change to traditional training: what to expect in Drama Based Training

A change to traditional training: what to expect in Drama Based Training If you have responsibility for organising learning events and team building training, you might find it difficult trying to arrange something suitable that mixes learning with fun. If you’re looking for an enjoyable, refreshing alternative to traditional training, Drama Based Training (DBT) could… Read more »

Smashed Success

Breaking Underage Drinking in Australia The results are in for the first Smashed Project Australia and it has been a great success. Smashed, Diageo’s flagship global theatre-in-education program, aims to break the culture of underage drinking and reduce alcohol related harm among young people around the world. At the start of 2018 Gibber made changes… Read more »

Promoting NHS careers opportunities to young people

New Contract with Health Education England working across the North East and North Cumbria Gibber are thrilled to announce a new contract with Health Education England (HEE) working across the North East and North Cumbria . Following a successful tender submission Gibber have been chosen to provide a drama-based performance promoting NHS careers opportunities to young… Read more »

Casting Call Theatre in Schools

Casting Call Theatre in Schools Gibber are casting for our 2019 Theatre in Schools Tour of Smashed. Please send resumes and headshots to Tim Watt breakdown / Actors over 19 with a playing age 16/24 / Must be confident and credible with a teenage audience / Each cast member will play multiple roles including… Read more »

Vlogstars 2019

United Utilities Competition Gibber are encouraging students from North West high schools to enter United Utilities competition: Think before you flush Vlogstars 2019. The first Think before your flush theatre in education tour had an incredible response from all participating schools. Thanks to their collaboration, students that took part understand why not to flush wet wipes… Read more »