Arts business wins coveted award

ReachOut Arts has curated an impressive reputation for emboldening creativity. Today, the company boasts an ethos that they can firmly say it ‘builds confidence creatively’.

Former pupils of Oldbury Wells School, Bridgnorth, Gem and Saskia (pictured) explored professional arts career paths both in the UK and abroad but are both living back in Shropshire and are incredibly proud to have won the coveted award for ‘ Best Creative Arts Providers ‘ at the SME Enterprise Awards 2023. 

The friends and business partners launched ReachOut Arts six years ago but certainly don’t rest on their laurels. They offer a broad range of skills from creative consultancy meetings and theatre production to day to day enhancement and event management to the most minute details, like script writing.

Saskia says, “We are very proud of our wonderful team of talented artists and educators working alongside us. From two single mums at a kitchen table six years ago, to five office staff members and a talented and professional pool of 20 plus regular self-employed educators and performers, we find we offer something unique as a rural, female led company.”

With touring theatre productions playing at various tourism spots in Shropshire this summer, to Christmas pantomimes and school workshops, there is plenty of variety to ReachOut Arts. Visit for more.


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