CAST, Doncaster’s theatre welcomes audiences and participants of all ages from across the borough of Doncaster, and beyond. Through our partnerships with theatres and artists across the region and country we offer the best performing arts to Doncaster communities (as participants and audience members), with visits from world renowned companies such as the National Theatre taking place alongside the newest freshest work from emerging artists in our second space, to partnerships with other brilliant local organisations
such as darts and the Doncaster Cultural Education Partnership.
As a creative hub, we offer opportunities for local and regional artists to research and develop their ideas and help support great new ideas to get off the ground. We also offer many different types of participatory activity for all ages across the region to take part in the arts. Including an ever growing and popular Youth Theatre, that attracts participants from across the borough.
All the diverse, creative experiences that we offer are enjoyed in an atmosphere that is both welcoming and supportive. We are committed to ensuring parity of inclusivity for people with additional needs to engage with our programme, through adapted performances, supporting access for those with disabilities, and continuing to remove barriers for people accessing the theatre. CAST is a Theatre of Sanctuary.
We are excited to be a part of this project with The Paper Birds as it sits with our values of creating accessible participatory programmes for all and places the wellbeing and mental health of our young people above all else in value. After a turbulent and disrupted year for children and young people across the world, it is wonderful that they will have an opportunity to come together artistically and begin to recover through arts, creativity and connectivity.