Tayberry Arts offer a wide variety of creative arts projects which inspire, educate and build confidence. The classes are focused on developing prevocational employability skills in a fun and friendly environment. Whether you’d like to drum, sing or act, we can give you an interesting dynamic experience.


Looking for a unique African drumming experience? Want to try some gumboots on for size and have a go at gumboot dancing? Whether you are looking for a one off workshop or regular classes, get in touch and let us start creating a workshop or programme tailored to your needs.

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Drumdee is an African based drumming group who perform original and traditional rhythms from around the world. These energetic and uplifting rhythms are played by performers who have worked together to produce authentic African sounds which inspire creativity and deliver unique and brilliant performances.

Looking to give your events the edge? To book Drumdee for an event.

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Inform Theatre

Inform Theatre is Tayberry Enterprises disabilities training and Education Company. The actors focus on raising awareness of equality, diversity and disability through their performance work.

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Sensory Storytelling

Tayberry Enterprise Ltd’s Sensory Storytellers deliver Sensory Storytelling sessions to groups and individuals with multiple and profound disabilities. We are developing an Storyteller Apprenticeship scheme which is supported by our partnership with the charity PAMIS.

To find out more and watch a video about Sensory Storytelling or for more information on our Sensory Storytelling Program and Apprenticeship scheme.

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Tayberry offers a wide range of creative arts classes which inspire, educate and build confidence. Whether you’s like to drum, sing, act or try on some gumboot dancing for size we can give you an interesting, dynamic experience.

View our classes

Educational Resources

Inform Educational Programme: ‘Using creative drama to emhance children’s understanding of issues related to disability and diversity.

This resource is aimed at primary school children with it’s focus being on helping children understand issues related to disabilities and the feelings of people with disabilities.

The programme explores these issues in a fun, safe, creative and expressive space.

This exciting development is Coming Soon.