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Here are our current projects. Have a browse and see if any of our workshops spark your interest. Join in!

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"The first rule of StoryClub is there is no right way to play at StoryClub."

Step into our cottage and dive into some multi-sensory play. Children lead the way as we play, make, and share stories out of everyday objects to celebrate all forms of communication.

StoryClub is delivered in collaboration with Communicate With Me and Clare Luther to provide parents with support to champion their childrens communication journey. Together we build a story that reflects the unique and individual communication styles of our club members.

When: Thursdays 10:00 – 13:00

Where: Beatrix Potter Cottage, Beatrix Potter School, Magdalen Road, London SW18 3ER

Who for: 0-5 year olds with communication or sensory differences

How to Join: For more information about StoryClub and joining the programme please email:

Made possible with funding from:
- The Momark Mental Health Community Fund; and
- The National Lottery Community Fund

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Youth Theatre (Earlsfield)

Join in and make a brand new play - ‘The Island’.


A group of children crash onto a mysterious island - a tropical paradise is freezing over. The children must learn the secrets of the island in order to survive. 

Earlsfield Youth Theatre will be part of our bigger Beyond the Plate heritage project. The youth theatre is free to participate thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund.


When: Tuesdays 16:00-17:30

Where:  Home Café, St Andrews Church, Earlsfield, SW18 4SR

Who for: 7-11 year olds

How to Join: The group is currently full. To be added to the waiting list please email:

Made possible with funding from:
- The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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Youth Theatre (Tooting)

Join in and be part of ‘The Apocalypse’. A brand new play for 2024.


Somewhere in the future, human greed led to AI taking over the world. Cooking for themselves was the last thing humans could preserve of their heritage - until they couldn't anymore.

Our previous work includes Threads, an original drama about growing up and losing your heritage. Before that, we made Our Tooting: Our Home, an original drama following a fictional family growing up in Tooting over 60 years in 60 minutes.

When: Wednesdays 16:30-18:00

Where: Tooting United Reform Church, Rookstone Rd SW17 9NQ

Who for: 12-16 year olds

How to Join: Please email for more information about joining the youth theatre.

Made possible with funding from:
- The Momark Mental Health Community Fund; and
- The National Lottery Community Fund

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Beyond the Plate

Turn Up and Join In with Beyond the Plate, a community heritage project for Wandsworth.

We’re building a Mini Museum of Food at the Home Café, Earlsfield.

The Museum will house recipes, memories and photos from our community. Along with reflecting the café heritage where local produce is used to curate menus with a global twist to represent the diversity of London.

How to join in

Mondays 13:30 – 15:00 - Chat and Share Food Stories – with hot drinks and cakes

Tuesdays 11:30 – 13:00 – Lunch Club (Adults) – taste the heritage and make artwork for the museum
Tuesdays 16:00 – 17:30 – Bounce Youth Theatre (Earlsfield)


Register Your Interest to find out about:

  • Heritage cooking classes

  • Community trips throughout London

  • DIY pack to participate from home

Where: Home Café, St Andrews Church, Earlsfield, SW18 4SR

When: Various times on Mondays and Tuesdays

How to Join: For more information about Beyond the Plate & joining the programme please email:

Made possible with funding from:
- The National Lottery Heritage Fund

"There isn’t enough happiness in the world at the moment. Coming to these sessions feels like heaven. I feel free to express my emotions, share my ideas and am open to everyone else’s thoughts. It is a safe and friendly environment. You couldn’t have made my life any better, because without it, I would be lost."


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