Arts & Edutainment
Heritage and Arts organisation producing thought-provoking projects and outcomes that merge history,
arts and culture.

Opal22 was born in response to the needs of the community.

In particular the need for the British BAME community to become more active participants in arts, heritage and culture.

Our projects serve to promote community cohesion, reduce social isolation and preserve arts and heritage across the U.K.

Opal22 Arts and Edutainment exists to bridge the widening gap between the output of traditional heritage organisations such as museums and the wider public. Our programmes are specially formatted to be accessible, interactive and garner the interest of the wider community.

Thought-provoking projects and outcomes that merge history, arts and culture.

Existing to bridge the widening gap between the output of traditional heritage organisations

Working with

Opal22 Arts and Edutainment
has been set up to provide inspirational
outcomes that educate
and empower the
wider public.

Youth Groups

Theatre, Spoken Word, Music


Exhibitions, Documentaries

Who we work with?

Curve, Leicester University, TREC, Y Theatre, Community Groups, Library Services, Prisons, Schools and Colleges, Mental Health Groups

Rhythms of Windrush

Lets Debate

Fashioning The City


Rejimi Guzo

Femme Fatale

Dear Sue

Inventions of Colour

We have been consistently delivering projects and exhibitions since 2012.

Our Story

Opal22 Arts and Edutainment are firmly rooted in the communities
we serve.

Young people are at the heart of what we do. We believe that each young person has infinite potential given the right opportunities – because of this, young people and their growth is an integral part of what guides our organisation and the programmes we deliver…

Tara does great work to enhance the service to all our audiences!

Micheal LewisLibrary Service Manager - Shropshire

Video Showcase

See some of our latest projects in action

Rhythms of Windrush Project 5:28

A project developed by Opal22 Arts and Edutainment for budding singers, songwriters, music producers, and videographers. Aged between 16-25 years The project, which has been funded by the Arts Council England.

Femme Fatale Showcase 41:26

The project leader is been Joyce Bebberley Harris hailing from a family of singers Bebberley is a talented singer, backing vocalist, vocal coach, Diana Ross tribute act and recording artist from Leicester.

Dear Sue Youth Theatre 40:01

Dear Sue was a Youth Theatre Production presented by Opal22 Arts and Edutainment. To mark the incredible talent of Sue Townsend and some of her plays, the group have set their responses in the form of a play within a play.

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