By donating to Orpheus this year via the Big Give website your donation could be doubled. Read more
Join us at Woldingham School for an 80’s inspired production of Cinderella: ‘Cindy’. Read more
Big congratulations to our student, Andrew, who won Dance Personality of the Year at the One Dance UK Awards! Read more
“I AM”, produced by Meehow Films, is an inspirational and moving exploration of the nature of ability that showcases the talents of four very different young people, challenging the audience’s preconceptions about diversity. Read more
An independent specialist college for young disabled adults with a passion for the performing arts. Rated "Good" by Ofsted and the CQC. For more details click here.“I started the Orpheus Centre in 1998 because of a long-held belief that young disabled people – just like their non-disabled peers - gain confidence by performing in public and being applauded. We don’t train young disabled people to be professional performers – we are a specialist college teaching them the skills they need to live independently. What makes us different is that we use the performing arts to give our students the self-belief to use those skills when they leave us. The last 21 years have proved this works!” Sir Richard Stilgoe, founder and trustee.
If your son/daughter or young person is aged between 18 and 25 and has a physical and/or learning disability we’d love for them to join us.
There are lots of fun and exciting ways that you can get involved and raise funds for our life-changing work. We are a registered charity and we need your help!
A review of Peter Pan, Enter Neverland the Orpheus Christmas show 2018 by Ann Lovelace
Orpheus Politics in the round, read the full review by Ann Lovelace
Watch these 3 videos showcasing the students brilliant work related to maths in every day life.
83% of our graduates over the last three years have gone on to independent living in supported housing.
Take on the UK’s Highest Freefall Abseil in aid of Orpheus! Read more