We Are


We are Freewheelers – an inclusive arts company where artistic excellence goes hand in hand with learning and personal growth.

We entertain, innovate, collaborate and challenge perceptions. We surprise people.


For over thirty years we’ve been a force for change and artistic excellence in the world of Disability Arts.

With locations across Surrey, we make theatre, dance, film, music and visual art that challenges perceptions and defies expectations.

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Our Workshops


Join one of our two drama companies and tell a story with the power of acting.


Have fun and find your rhythm with our dance workshops.


Try your hand at writing, acting or directing films, radio and multimedia productions.


Develop your musical talents with our music workshops.

Visual Arts

Creativity comes in many forms. Come and craft, draw and paint with us.


Our workshops in schools help break down barriers and educate children and tutors.

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HAPPY 1st DECEMBER!! The countdown to Christmas has officially begun and we are delighted to let you know that we have launched our 2021 virtual advent calendar to celebrate all things Freewheelers and spread some much needed festive cheer each day until the big day arrives! Follow the link and open door number one right now! https://calendar.myadvent.net/?id=1fef43e05f981e26fddcbd1e7e2a657b
Have you visited our new website yet? We launched it back in July but we are continuing to add new pages and information for you to enjoy, including our new Work With Us page which features all of our current vacancies.  If you are interested in the arts and would be interested in a career in the disability arts sector then please do take a look. Wed love to hear from you! https://freewheelerstheatre.co.uk/work-with-us/

📢We're now recruiting for our first cohort of Curatorial Fellows!📢
If you have a passion for museums and identify as D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent, click here to find out more about our 18-month work placements at museums across England: https://screensouth.org/events/cfc-curatorial-fellowships/

Brilliant article from @DrFrancesRyan in todays Guardian about working as a disabled professional in TV. https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2021/nov/29/my-colleagues-ignored-me-for-a-year-what-its-really-like-to-work-in-tv-as-a-disabled-person?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other