We are Make, DO Theatre. You can call us Make, DO. We’re a young(ish), tight-knit ensemble of actors, activists, writers, readers, directors, performance-goers, dancers, tea-brewers, facilitators, conversationalists, musicians, party-goers, artists, animal lovers, producers, raconteurs, environmentalists, friends, and nerds. We met during a research project as Drama students at the University of Huddersfield and gained actors from Yorkshire and Manchester. Since then we’ve trained together, written, produced, and toured our first play ‘Little Change’, run workshops including our annual Make, DO: Collaborate programme, performed in front of thousands at the Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival, worked with loads of brilliant local artists, and, most recently, written a series of original audio-visual plays. Our mission is to inspire positive social and cultural change. Specifically, we believe in amplifying the voices of those who struggle to be heard. We like to make original, unapologetic, cross-genre art. We work across physical theatre, digital art, poetry, and verbatim/documentary theatre.



We are heading back to the rehearsal space and want you to join us! Whether you’re just getting back into performing, You’re heading back to university/college, or even if you’ve found lockdown-life has left your theatre skills a little rusty; don’t worry! We’ve got your back. Teaming up with Northern Quater in Huddersfield and taking place from the 4th-5th September (10am – 5pm), this is your oppurtuinity to work with us in a three day intensive workshop, with a public performance on the evening of the 5th! Have a look at our outreach page to learn more. If you’ve heard all you need then simply click here to fill in a booking form. There are limited spaces, so hurry!

Our third and final audio play is here! The Lifecycle Of Birds is a character-driven story which offers three clashing perspectives in one small family. Click here to listen!