COVID 19 UPDATE : With lockdown easing AlterEgo are pleased to be taking bookings for 2021 and beyond. All of our live productions are risk assessed and any appropriate social distancing measures are in place to ensure the safety of our audiences and our casts.
AlterEgo recently developed a number of short films for Cambridge & Peterborough Councils. Developed with young people from the area and filmed in and around the city, the films aim to motivate young people to make positive choices around Covid regulation compliance and to be ‘Part of the Solution’.
STREAMED PRODUCTIONS : A number of our key projects have been professionally filmed and are available for a limited period in early 2021. Click here to find out which projects can be ‘Streamed to be Seen‘.
Feedback about our work
‘A very useful and innovative way of reaching young people and raising awareness of the issues relating to sexual exploitation.’
– Sheila Taylor, NWG Network.
‘The Government believes that initiatives like ‘Chelsea’s Story’ have a key role to play in preventing grooming and exploitation and in helping keep children safe from this heinous crime.’
– Rohini Krishnamurthy, Child Safeguarding Division, Department for Education.
‘Without doubt the most powerful presentation I have seen in 33 years of teaching. The actors were highly professional and skilled in delivering a very difficult message.’
– T Mottram, Assistant Headteacher, Blythe Bridge School, Staffs.
‘Outstanding! Had the audience on the edge of their seats.’
– Major C Mitchell. 35 Engineer Regiment. British Army.
‘I have worked with AlterEgo for a number of years on two projects, ‘Behind Closed Doors’ (DVA) and ‘Chelsea’s Story’ (CSE), both of which have been powerful pieces of work which have helped officers to cement their learning into practice and improve service delivery to survivors of these crimes.’
– Superintendent C Blackburn, Surrey Police.