Every young person deserves to reach their full creative potential
We support young people from birth to 18 years old to find their voice and develop their sense of value through our innovative and engaging arts programmes
Are you looking to access the new, free Graffiti members’ area where you can find downloadable resources and instructional videos for engaging and educational arts activities for the children and young people in your care? Come right this way to register…
You’re in safe hands
Founded in 1984 by Emelie FitzGibbon, Graffiti has decades of experience providing safe, creative environments where young people can explore their potential with our trained and vetted facilitators. We offer so many opportunities for young people to engage in the arts that the selection can be overwhelming at first glance, but we are here to guide you. Whether you’re a parent, a teenager, a school or an organisation who deals with young people, talk to us about the possibilities we have to offer you.
Entertaining and inspiring performances in English and Irish for audiences from 6 months to 18 years, performed in theatres, schools and crèches
Creative Learning Workshops
Innovative programmes that work with schools and local communities through drama and theatre to deal with topics from bullying to wellbeing
Activate Youth Theatre
Vibrant weekly drama workshops that promote artistic and social development in young actors aged 10-12, 13-15 and 16-20
Using creative writing and storytelling to help children and teenagers become resilient, creative and successful shapers of their own lives
Not sure where to start?
Let’s start a conversation—you don’t need to know what you want, or be ready to make a booking. We would love to simply chat with you so that together we can explore what programmes might work for you and your budget.
We support any child or young person, from birth to 18 years old, as they engage with the arts. We open up opportunities for young people to be inspired, learn new skills, become part of a vibrant community, and realise their full creative potential.
Graffiti is a registered charity and we rely on funding and donations to connect with children and help them fulfil their creative potential.
We are supported and encouraged to express ourselves and to think outside the limits of our own creativity. The youth voice is at the centre of everything we do and I believe that is something extremely special and rare.
No matter how busy she is and no matter what else is going on in her life Ellie will never miss a workshop. The inclusive manner in which the workshops are facilitated, and the outstanding quality of tuition, have been very helpful to her.