The worlds that Punchdrunk makes are transformative for those who experience them firsthand as audiences. Since 2008, Punchdrunk Enrichment has inspired and engaged participants through  projects that focus on the innate creativity and imagination of the individual.

Punchdrunk Enrichment takes the company's innovative practice into communities and schools, creating performances with and for children, young people and participants. Integral to the creation of this work is the same commitment to exemplary design and performance that defines Punchdrunk’s large-scale productions for adult audiences.

Key projects to date include installation-based schools projects, The Lost Lending Library and Under the Eiderdown, and Against Captain’s Orders, a family adventure created in partnership with the National Maritime Museum. An extensive professional development programme and on-site projects for primary schools also ran alongside The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable.

Find out more about Punchdrunk Enrichment's practice in 'Doorways' by Charlie Tims.

Punchdrunk Enrichment is currently delivering The Lost Lending Library to Schools in Haringey and is looking to work with schools in the London Borough of Greenwich from September 2018. Email enrichment@punchdrunk.org.uk for more information. 

A Small Tale: A Teacher-Led Adventure is a brand new Enrichment project for primary schools, led by the teacher in the classroom. Punchdrunk Enrichment would like to hear from teachers who are interested in delivering this project with their class. Visit the project page for more information and to sign up to the CPD day on 27th February 2019.

If you would like to make an enquiry about an Enrichment project please email enrichment@punchdrunk.org.uk, or to find out how you can support Enrichment’s work, visit the Support Us page.

Punchdrunk Enrichment is generously supported by

The Dr. Mortimer and Theresa Sackler Foundation

We are grateful for the past support of Bloomberg, The Equitable Charitable Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Paul Hamlyn Foundation and The Sackler Trust.