No Feedback In the Creative Commons was a practice-based research study led by PPP project director Shana Swiss in partnership with No Feedback CIC to evaluate whether discovery-based learning through participatory performance can change discriminatory attitudes and behaviour.

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Between July 2017 and March 2018 the two companies partnered on a successful pilot phase funded by National Lottery Awards for All and Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, in which PPP and No Feedback CIC worked with Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets, Acland Burghley School in Tufnell Park, Camden, Studio 3 Arts and a newly-formed student group at Queen Mary University of London. The project also supported No Feedback CIC to rehearse in an understudy cast to expand their capacity to tour their piece, and included a skills workshop in audio description to enable them to develop an access programme for audience members with visual impairments.

From summer 2018 onwards, PPP is continuing to work with the Queen Mary student group, whose devised piece Stage 3 is now part of our Stages project.