MUJU’s work appeals to people of all cultural backgrounds

We work with the community the following ways;

  • School, Outreach  and University workshops, projects and performances
  • Delivering Creative Residencies
  • Workshops for new actors with our Upstarts Group
  • Performing for dinners, performance and cultural events (e.g. City Circle / Winter Limmud) with post show discussion




The Crew contains performers, facilitators and teachers and has excellent resources to communities through workshops on performance skills and issues around cohesion, faith and tolerance. MUJU has the capacity to offer the following workshop:

  • Sketch performances / workshops on racial stereotypes and social issues
  • Writing and devising workshops encouraging creativity
  • Workshops and talks on MUJU and the ways we create an interfaith events.

Our education work is currently not funded so do email us if you are interested in a project and we can discuss how to deliver this with you.

Always nice when teachers are impressed! 

‘It’s a very powerful way of interacting – as the nature of the task allows students to embody others and therefore more openly interact with others whilst in character – this helps breakdown barriers.’  

Director of Learning – Humanities & Sports, Eden Girls School

‘A highlight for me was when the excitement and enthusiasm displayed by the girls during the collaborative process of devising their drama work. The confidence that developed over the three days was totally commendable.’

- Head of Creative and Expressive Arts Faculty, Jewish Community Secondary School (JCOSS)


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Creative Linking

MUJU is currently developing a partnership model with 3FF and HEC Global Learning Centre to deliver Creative School Linking projects. In February 2016 we have delivered our first successful pilot. Read more about it here.


The Manifesto for Drama, Theatre and YP

MUJU endorses the Manifesto for Drama, Theatre and Young People, a manifesto and a call to action to young people, parents, teachers and theatre practitioners to unify their efforts and ensure that young people have access to drama and theatre.


One to One Education Pack

One to One have created a pilot educational pack based on the MUJU show,  Tunnel Vision. The pack has been piloted in Manchester and is intended to use in drama classes, RE and as part of the  Citizenship curriculum.

MUJU are now working with One to One, reviewing the content and streamlining it for easy use by secondary schools and teachers.

For now, the pack is an open resource. It contains a bunch of information, activities, scenes from our show and discussion points.

If you would like to discuss One to One and MUJU running training for staff or workshops from the pack for your school or educational setting, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.

Tunnel Vision – A Guide for Teachers

Tunnel Vision supporting drama pack