ENRICHING STORIES

by normalising the presence of deaf and disabled people on and off stage

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NEWS FLASH

UK Cultural Organisations Join Up to Promote Seven Inclusive Principles for Disabled People in Arts & Culture

CHAMPIONING
CHANGE

IN A NUTSHELL

We are enriching the stories we tell and the way we tell them by normalising the presence of deaf and disabled people both on and off stage.

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

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BEHIND THE SCENES

Find insight and learning here, including Inside Stories featured below

"From a creative perspective... it's like I've had this paint box that I've made plays with for ages, and I've just discovered there was another layer!"

Amy Leach, Associate Director, Leeds Playhouse
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Testing Ground

New Wolsey’s Agent for Change Jamie Beddard provides an update on Testing Ground: a development programme aimed at deaf and disabled artists and the work they seek to produce.

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There are going to be plenty of ways to get involved with An Agent for Change across the country as more Agents for Change positions are created more opportunities will arise. This is an exciting time for the development of access and this is your chance to get involved!

If you would like to submit an article from elsewhere, blog post about an experience you have had (positive or negative!) or even a video of something you have seen that helps tell our story of change, you can do it here. Please make your stories compelling and shareable, relevant and provocative, and we’ll do the rest.

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