WHITEBOX is a development scheme made up of practical workshops and one-to-one mentoring for dyslexic story-makers  These makers are artists, writers, and filmmakers–all of which we identify as visual story-makers  The outcome of these workshops will be the finished, play, film, or piece of artwork–whichever medium best serves the narrative. There is also the possibility of the work being presented as part of the DYSPLA Festival. The WHITEBOX is a process of developing and cultivating dyslexic narrative in a collaborative environment.

The Taliban Don’t Like My Knickers was devised and developed in 8 workshops using the WHITEBOX process.


Get Involved

Workshops begin in the new year. To register your place or interest, please email us with an idea you’d like to develop. We are currently seeking funding to run the WHITEBOX process.