Agape Theatre provides specialised theatre projects and drama and movement therapy to children and young people with attachment difficulties or other socio-emotional needs. We pride ourselves in engaging children creatively while helping them grow emotionally and socially. We believe in the healing potential of the arts and the power of play. The objective of this company is to provide creative ‘safe spaces’ for children and young people to discover more about themselves through the arts. Agape Theatre works to encourage self-confidence, social skills, emotional literacy and re-establish healthy attachments. Agape Theatre is a London-based company, but also takes projects to children internationally.
Charity Miller founded Agape Theatre because she is passionate about seeing children and young people thrive despite life’s challenges. She has over 15 years of experience working with children in creative and therapeutic settings. Charity specialises in working with children with attachment difficulties, including looked after children, children with special guardianship, adopted children or children of divorce. Charity has travelled around the world encouraging resiliency in children and young people using the creative arts. Her practice is culturally sensitive and aware of the clients she works with. As the founder and director of Agape Theatre, Charity trains and manages a team of talented therapists and trainee practitioners. She is dedicated to the children she supports and to helping develop the next generation of therapists to be effective, compassionate and inspiring.
Please contact us if you are interested in learning more or joining our team. Please also contact us if you are a MA Dramatherapy student wanting to join our placement program.