Through its FOR GOOD programme, Wicked spearheads a range of causes born out of the themes of the award-winning musical.
Wicked Young Writers' Award
National Literacy Trust
Flying into its sixth incredible year, the "prestigious Wicked Young Writer Awards" (The Times) was established in order to link the important messages of Wicked with a competition that would inspire young people to use their writing to look at life a little differently.
The Awards, including the new FOR GOOD Award for Non-Fiction, recognise excellence in writing, encourage creativity, and help develop writing talent in young people between 5-25 years old from all backgrounds and areas of the UK & Ireland.
We are partnered with National Literacy Trust.
CLICK HERE to get involved!
The Woodland Trust
Each Halloween, productions of Wicked around the world celebrate Wicked Day to raise money for green charities and to promote the show's 'For Good' message.
Wicked UK is proud to support The Woodland Trust by fundraising for trees to be planted and create acres of new woodland space across the UK.
Through bucket collections, activity days, social support and auctions, Wicked continues to help promote the importance of 'going green'.
Wicked is proud to support the work of some incredible charities...
Stonewall's Education For All campaign aims to address the homophobic bullying that is endemic in Britain's schools, damaging the lives and life chances of the young people attending them.
We believe every young person should be able to enjoy learning, free from fear of bullying, and in an environment which celebrate difference and embraces diversity which is why we're so proud to partner with Wicked - a production that beautifully celebrates being true to yourself.
To download our For Good Anti-Bullying Resource in collaboration with Anti-Bullying Alliance, Cybersmile & Stonewall, click here.
Registered Charity No. 1101255
Wicked Young Writer Awards 2016
Savannah Stevenson (Glinda) and Natalie McQueen (Understudy Elphaba). Photography by Dan Wooller.