Partnerships and Commissions

Escape Arts -  Meeting Your Needs

In 2017 Escape will celebrate 20 years of providing arts, health and heritage services to the West Midlands. Escape has established regular bases in Stratford, Leamington and Nuneaton as well as working in other communities across the region, delivering pop-up activities for schools, communities, healthcare providers and private organisations.

We know that arts can be the best medicine. Engagement in arts activity supports recovery, relaxation,confidence, self esteem, inclusion, routine,  and giving you  fresh perspective on life.

Referrals to our project will have an initial meeting with our arts & health coordinator who will offer guidance about the best way to get involved, will work with our link coordinators to make sure you get any support needed to access activities of your choice and will provide follow up support when needed.

Our link coordinators at each of our sessions will meet new participants and welcome them to the group and help you to  decide what activities you want get involved in or refers you to our arts & Health coordinator.

Escape’s projects provide valuable time out, friendship, learning and confidence building to improve personal decision making and for individuals to feel a good sense of personal  fulfilment.

Escape work with George Eliot Hospital, Four Acres Dementia Unit , Woodleigh Beeches, Warwickshire Schools, Merevale House,  Dementia Cafe's, Wellbeing Centres, National Trust and is a member of West Midlands Arts Health & Wellbeing Network.

If you would like further information or to arrange a meeting please contact:   arts&                                                  




If you’re interested in commissioning Escape Arts to work with specific client groups or staff, we can support health and wellbeing, community cohesion or working with individuals to improve lifestyle choices, get in touch:   arts&
We will arrange to meet with you and discuss your requirements, from which we’ll design an appropriate programme.


As part of our community inclusion work Escape cans adapted its activities, using the arts, to address many current issues and needs. We can work with you to develop targeted and themed programmes that support your objectives.


If you know of an individual who might benefit from attending one of our programmes please contact arts&