Research and evaluation in dramatherapy has not until recently had a high profile. However, there is now a thriving Arts Therapies Research Committee, which holds annual conferences to which the Research Committee of the British Association for Dramatherapists sends delegates and submits papers. However, I think it is fair to say that dramatherapy professionals have seen no urgency to research into and evaluate their practice and publish the results. For example, in the training programmes, there is no module specifically dealing with research methodology, although tutors are careful to teach trainees the importance of assessing clients for individual and group dramatherapy. This may well be because there is no recognised research methodology for dramatherapy and while the Journal of the British Association for Dramatherapists, Dramatherapy, publishes articles on theory and practice, papers describing or evaluating research methodology are few. In this chapter, I shall be reporting on some of the empirical research and the methodologies used in papers and books published in Britain.