Grant from John Ellerman Foundation

The John Ellerman Foundation has awarded tutti frutti a three year grant towards core costs recognising that the company has a very small team facing a huge workload in an increasingly challenging marketplace. The funding will specifically support the ongoing employment of the Administrator and Fundraising Manager in addition to supporting the creation of a… Read more »

CPD Day – Friday 6th May 2016, 1.00pm – 4.30pm at HEART in Headingley

We are running a CPD session for teachers and educational professionals exploring ADHD and how it can impact on children’s learning on Friday 6th May 2016, 1.00pm – 4.30pm at HEART in Headingley This CPD session includes: A performance of WiLd! Written by award winning writer Evan Placey, for children aged 8+. Funded by the Wellcome Trust this remarkable new… Read more »

Premiere of WiLd!

Following on from their acclaimed 2014 production of Monday’s Child which explored Alzheimer’s disease, the much-admired Leeds theatre company tutti frutti are set to premiere WILd!, a new play written by award-winning writer Evan Placey (Girls Like That, Unicorn Theatre), that unravels the story of a boy with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Aimed at… Read more »

We’re recruiting!

Finance Officer We are looking for a competent, organised and experienced Finance Officer to take over all aspects of bookkeeping for the company and support the General Manager in the production of quarterly management accounts and the preparation of financial records at year end. The role will also include producing financial and monitoring information for… Read more »

Kate Bunce talks about WiLd!

I’m in the early stages of designing ‘Wild’ for tutti frutti. We had fantastic ‘Research and Development’ day recently and all the creative team discussed ideas for the show. We also had brilliantly informative afternoon with David Daley, Professor of Psychological Intervention and Behaviour change (Nottingham University) discussing the challenges of ADHD. I haven’t cracked… Read more »