Julius Caesar Workshop

Teaching Artist

Georgia works extensively as a creative facilitator using the arts to effect positive social change. 
She believes in adapting systems towards accessibility, compassion and collective justice, nurturing difference, collaboration and resilience rather than encouraging individuals to fit in.

Facilitator

Since graduating with first class honours, Georgia has facilitated communication skills & bystander prevention training as well as leading Shakespeare workshops for some of the UK's leading drama schools.  Whilst training she contributed to panel discussions on safeguarding and abuse prevention in theatre, and delivered a TedX talk deconstructing the ideal of the suffering artist. 

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Macmillan - "Whatever You Need"

Community Arts

In addition to facilitation, Georgia regularly puts her creative and performance skills towards good causes, supporting medical training through role-play,   creating personalised gifts as @goodkatebakes and performing feelgood political drag for charity as clown prince Ida Mann. She can currently be seen on screen in MacMillan Cancer Support's "Whatever You Need" campaign.