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If you would like to fundraise for Roundabout and need some help, please get in touch via our contact page here. We can help you set up fundraising pages and publicise your event on our social media pages. We welcome support from individual fundraisers and groups such as colleges and universities.

We were delighted to take part in the 2.6 challenge on Sunday 26th April 2020- what should have been the date of the 40th London Marathon. For details on how the fundraising went see here

Storytellers were once the centre of every community, perhaps that’s where we can be again. Society for Storytelling

To respond to the current coronavirus crisis we have launched our new appeal “Roundabout-a-Story” .

To listen to our donated stories and to make a donation to help us continue to provide dramatherapy support, please click here

There are a number of ways you can support Roundabout. Whichever way you decide to give, your kind donation will dramatically improve the quality of life of the children and adults Roundabout works with.

If you shop online, you can raise FREE donations for Roundabout Dramatherapy. Over 4000 shops and sites will donate to us when you use easyfundraising. For more information click here

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could pay for emotion stones for use with children who experience domestic violence

£55

could pay for an hour’s dramatherapy for a child or adult who has been bereaved

£425

could pay for 5 weeks of dramatherapy for a group of older adults with dementia

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Vicky Featherstone

“As somebody who believes deeply in the transformational power of theatre, it is a privilege to be able to endorse and support the life-changing and vital work of Roundabout. The expertise, dedication and sector leadership of this brilliant company has been a lifeline to so many young people, using drama therapy as a tool to […]

Rosie Hamilton-McGinty

Hi, my name is Rosie Hamilton-McGinty and Founder of A Winning Attitude Program of Character & Attitude Development. I was introduced to Roundabout Dramatherapy Charity some years ago and I was blown away by the dedication of the team and the work they do for all age groups within the Community via Schools, Day Centres, […]

Dave Hearn

Hi, my name is Dave and I am a founding member of Mischief Theatre, I was introduced to dramatherapy by Roundabout and was blown away by the amazing work they do. Mischief and I will continue to support them in any way we can. Dave Hearn Founding Member of Mischief Theatre Picture is of Dave […]

Tim Townsend

“Having had the pleasure of working for Roundabout for 13 years it was with a heavy heart that I left to start a new chapter in Somerset. Although I am many miles away I still remain in contact with Roundabout and I am proud to say that I was part of the organisation. Roundabout is […]

Hilco Capital

Hilco Capital have made a donation of £1,000 to Roundabout. Every year, Hilco makes a charitable donation in lieu of printing and posting paper Christmas cards to their clients. Instead, they sent a Christmas email with a banner promoting Roundabout and made a donation of £1,000. A huge THANK YOU from all of us at […]

Mischief Theatre Supports Roundabout

A big thank you to the cast, crew and audience at The Play That Goes Wrong who carried out a bucket collection for Roundabout in February 2019 raising a wonderful £1,946.55. Our thanks to the team at The Bank Robbery, who also carried out bucket collections for Roundabout in June 2019 raised a huge  £1720.90. Our […]

The Wolf Run

We would like to say a huge thank you to the brilliant ‘Wolf pack’. These trainees from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama took on and completed the Wolf Run in September 2018 – it was an epic run and assault course through hills, mud and water. They said, “We are all bumped and […]

Tesco Bags of Help

We were selected to receive a grant from the Tesco’s Bags For Life Scheme. The token voting took place in Croydon stores throughout November and December 2018 and we were fortunate to receive a grant of £3920.00 for dramatherapy sessions at a Croydon Junior School.

Storytelling Open Mic

A big thank you to  the dramatherapy from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama students who raised £95 for Roundabout at their storytelling fundraising in December 2018. https://www.cssd.ac.uk/

Three Peaks Challenge

In order to raise funds for Roundabout, a team of 8 took part in the Three Peaks Challenge on July 9th 2018. Starting at 4pm our Superhero Team: Tim Haythorne, Richard Handley, Will Richardson, Ollie Swinburn, Adam Montgomery, James Barker, Mark Haythorne, and Bernie Handley climbed Ben Nevis (1344m), then travelled to climb Scafell Pike […]

Martina Laird

We are delighted to announce Martina Laird has joined Tanya Moodie as patron of Roundabout. Martina has worked extensively in the industry as an actor She has recently completed a national tour of the National Theatre’s critically acclaimed production of Moon On A Rainbow Shawl by Trinidadian playwright Errol John. Her theatre work also includes […]

Tanya Moodie

After participating in a dramatherapy session at a south London school Tanya shared her thoughts with us. “Diamonds are formed when carbon is placed under immense pressure for millions of years. The intense heat produced due to this pressure hardens the carbon into invaluable treasure.Every person benefitting from Dramatherapy, young or old, has at some […]

Matthew Spencer

Matthew is an actor who was born and raised in Sussex and is now based in South London. Since graduating from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in 2005 he has mainly been working in theatre, appearing three times in the West End, in Bent, Nicholas Nickleby, Warhorse and most recently as Winston Smith […]

Tim Townsend

Tim worked for roundabout from 2001 to 2014. In that time he worked with a number of different client groups but his main area of work was school based with children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum and those with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties. Tim now lives in Somerset and works as part of […]

Stella Duffy

Stella Duffy writes novels, plays and short stories, she is a theatre director, and is leading Fun Palaces – the nationwide project of engagement in arts and sciences for all – in October 2014. “I believe in the value of theatre on a very profound level – not simply as something to engage in as […]