Welcome to
Ramps on the Moon

A critical movement in the UK theatre sector, striving for a step change in the inclusion and integration of Deaf and disabled individuals

Led by New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, Ramps on the Moon brings together a collaborative network of six National Portfolio Organisation theatres including New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Nottingham Playhouse, Leeds Playhouse, Sheffield Theatres and strategic partner Graeae Theatre.

Previous Shows

Our Country’s Good

Showing from 9th Mar to 2nd Jun 2018

A Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company Production in co-production with Ramps… Continue Reading Our Country’s Good

The Who’s Tommy

Showing from 30th Mar to 1st Jul 2017

A New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich in co-production with Ramps on… Continue Reading The Who’s Tommy

The Government Inspector

Showing from 19th Mar to 25th Jun 2016

Presented by Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Ramps On… Continue Reading The Government Inspector

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RT @FloOMahony: Ite last shout out before our casting tomoz - any queer/ gender rebellious, female or non binary, confident BSL + spoken En…

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RT @HENLEYDARREN: Fascinating and thought provoking #ACEsupported @VentureArts lecture this evening in Manchester at @mcrartgallery by Tony…

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RT @DeafinitelyT: Are you a deaf performer who wants to work with deaf young people? Great opportunity for you to build on your skills in a…

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RT @uk_theatre: Our latest #Training and #Events News has arrived. Meet our expert trainers, inspiring learners and dedicated team, along w…

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RT @graeae: We're looking for #Oxford based #BSL interpreters. If you're interested in doing some freelance work for us, please get in touc…

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Oscar-winner Rachel Shenton and Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson urge children’s authors to write more disabled char… https://t.co/gPukNvoOo9

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RT @BeckyCBarry: If you're in or near Derby 5th - 20th April, I'd love you to come and see this 👇 BSL, captions and AD available for every…

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RT @YourOldChina: First Bite 2019 opens @mac_birmingham on Saturday! Featuring work from Lucy C Hayward, @BoysClubTheatre, @tillybranson, @…

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RT @TheLastLeg: #IsItOk to tweet our invitation to @AmberRuddHR and use #RuddOnTheLastLeg #DisabledPeopleAreHot #TheLastLeg https://t.co/G…

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RT @sparkycaro: How amazing are the performers in #LesMis @ShaftsburyAveQueensTheatre, BSLinterpreter too. Note to #stagemanager, would you…

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RT @disabilityarts: Our Editor gives a heartfelt send off to the queen of mischief, @KAraniello who sadly passed away this week. "A force o…

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RT @takingflightco: Another chance to watch our sexy trailer for #TFpeeling by @kaiteoreilly which is now on 695 views! https://t.co/GYoxeQ…

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RT @LindaBxx: For D/deaf and/or Disabled emerging directors: Take part in a FREE directing course with @LeedsPlayhouse, led by Associate Di…

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RT @ScaryLittleGs: ‘Fascinating, funny and flipping great!’ Participant comment from yesterday’s 1st day of Interpreting Inclusivity event…

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RT @janejanes: Review: Queen’s Theatre’s Kiss Me Quickstep stuns with breath-taking dances and a heartwarming story of perseverance https:/…

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RT @graeae: Thanks to support from @RTYDS, @LeedsPlayhouse are offering an Introduction to Directing for D/deaf & Disabled Directors. Sessi…

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RT @SaraBaldwin1: Caro & @BeckyCBarry are delivering an #InterpretingInclusivity workshop to local #BSL interpreters today at #TR2 as part…

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RT @se_flack: Looking for two fabulous SLIs to provide support for a day's R&D @NewWolsey Ipswich on Friday 8th March 👀 would love to hear…

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RT @diversecity1: Jamie Hale is casting D/deaf and disabled artists AND backstage team members to take part in a new showcase 🎭 "CRIPtic" w…

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RT @_A4C_: The Barbican are looking for D/deaf and/or disabled artists for a paid gig in the autumn https://t.co/llsIPC2F9S

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RT @theatremagazine: All in a Row: Alice Saville writes on Alex Oates' play about an autistic child, and the multi-layered conversation abo…

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RT @touretteshero: Excellent piece, thank you for such a thoughtful addition to the dialogue around this play - I really hope that theatre…

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RT @SarahKaty: Just home from a busy day with 2 of our @RampsOTM directors, visiting @DerbyTheatre hearing about the great things they’re d…

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The invitation to tender deadline to be our Programme Evaluator closes soon! https://t.co/6qQO4WYxH3 Please retweet & DM for more info

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RT @touretteshero: For anyone interested in the issues raised by #AllInARow here are my thoughts, there's an #EasyRead version underneath t…

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RT @graeae: A cap on #AtW is discriminatory & should be scrapped. People have had their awards cut by this government & to sell this as an…

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RT @TextArtist: Accessibility isn’t just about ramps. Jobs are excluding due to organisational structure rather than ability to do the job.…

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RT @stratfordeast: Here are our access performances for EQUUS. Take a look! BSL Performance - Thu 14 Mar, 7.30pm Captioned Performance - F…

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