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Our Ethos

We believe that it is everybody’s responsibility to help shape the next generation. By providing them with the education, knowledge and guidance they need to navigate their way through issues that they may encounter through their teenage years in to adulthood.  

We believe that all young people should have a variety of methods and resources at their finger tips when it comes to learning about issues that could one day affect them. It is for this reason, we create theatre and interactive film to generate distinctive and compelling approaches towards learning. 

Through the power of theatre and interactive film, we are able to emotionally connect and engage with our audiences by creating gripping narratives, driven by realistic characters and scenarios with the desire to spark conversation, challenge perceptions and raise awareness. 

Meet The Team

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Joe Roberts

Co-FOunder & Director

Joe Roberts has a first class BA Honours degree in Acting & Creative Practice and studied at the University of Northampton. In 2018, he was awarded the 'Most Promising Creative Actor Award' by the Royal and Derngate Theatre. 

In the early stages of his acting career, Joe was a member of the National Youth Theatre and Young Everyman and Playhouse. He was also a regional champion in contemporary monologue competitions across the North West. 

Joe was a continued mentor at Young DaDa Fest. An annual festival celebrating the work of disabled and D/deaf artists aged between 12 and 30.

Joe has developed and led creative programmes for former soldiers with 'combat PTSD' and people living with mental illness. Using drama as a means to help those in need through creativity.

Joe is also a DJ, Producer and Sound Designer. From venues across Liverpool to Brighton Fringe festival and Seoul in South Korea, Joe's work has featured far and wide. 

After graduating, Joe worked as a touring actor for 2 years in an applied theatre production; touring across the UK. It was at this point where he developed his passion for tackling complex social issues through storytelling. 

Joe's directing credits for Perception Theatre include:

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Bobbie-lee scott
Co-founder & Writer

Bobbie-Lee has a BA Honours degree in Acting & Creative Practice and studied at the University of Northampton. 

In the early stages of her acting career, Bobbie-Lee was a member of 20 Stories High and Young Everyman and Playhouse. She was a returning student to the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts' summer school. 

Bobbie-Lee further developed her craft as a performer and storyteller in Rare Studios Liverpool and the Acting Academy Liverpool (now known as Liverpool Media Academy). 

 

She assisted stage management on the Royal Court Liverpool's production of 'Brick up the Mersey tunnels'. 

Bobbie-Lee has performed in multiple street theatre productions; taking theatre out of a conventional setting and bringing it directly to communities. 

She has performed in multiple fringe theatre venues across the UK - from 34 Pilgrim Street in Liverpool to SOHO Theatre in London. Bobbie-Lee is well versed in performing and creating new works. 

After graduating, Bobbie-Lee worked as a touring actor for 2 years in an applied theatre production; touring across the UK. It was at this point where she developed her passion for tackling complex social issues through storytelling. 

Bobbie-Lee's writing credits for Perception Theatre include:

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