At Polyglot the child is central. We seek a world where all children are powerful: artistically, socially and culturally.
Polyglot’s mission is to make innovative and daring theatre to provide children everywhere the opportunity for imagination and adventure through participation. We offer transformational, playful arts experiences that are alive and human in their content and connection. We relish the endless possibilities in theatre and performance for this very specific audience, providing scope for an extraordinary range of form and style. We advocate for the right of all children to experience arts and culture, and promote the importance of young people as a discerning audience from the earliest years.
Children are central to our art as creators, collaborators and participants. Our work exists to give children the power and agency to be in control, to communicate their ideas, to have an effect and experience freedom.
Our artistic approach is one of unbridled curiosity, rigour and daring; we champion innovation and invite the unexpected.
We understand that play is the basis for creative exploration and is vital for children’s development and wellbeing.
We work with respect, resourcefulness and in a spirit of genuine collaboration in the pursuit of a sustainable future – environmentally, creatively and economically.
We work with inclusive practice and a strong focus on accessibility, prioritising equitable engagement and access in everything we do.
We believe in leading change and pursuing best practice for our staff, our artists and our Board.