The creativity of young people with learning disabilities placed at the heart of the cultural life of Coventry and Birmingham, increasing its diversity and encouraging different ways of being: the OTI programme explores this possibility through a unique theatre practice called shystering that celebrates, challenges and transforms

Facts and Figures

Over 300 young people with learning disabilities are engaged in our current programme of work

Our work has received national and international recognition. 

We are a registered charity – you can donate directly to our work here


amazing, simple, effective, fun’

‘the results have far exceeded expectations: students have shown exceptional development.’

‘one of the most artistically inspiring experiences I have had’

‘we have seen stunning results in all our classes and we now see it as a core activity in our curriculum’
More here here


We have photograph gallery on the “Pinterest” website. To view the gallery,
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Understandable, more youth flocking there. IMO, it's not the platform, it's abt #education to be…

Cast member @Racheldenning86 writes a blog with a twist on our next #CosmicScallies rehearsal diary! #edfringe

Too Hot To Be A Wife: A Woman's First Cheating After Marriage!! -

Reminder that the gallery is closed this week but do join us for a conversation with David Bobier tomorrow at 10am…

Whilst in Chile, Irina Bokova highlights UNESCO’s soft power for sustainable development via unesco