Disability Arts International: The Role of the Agent for Change

Kate Lovell, disabled theatre-maker and Agent for Change at Theatre Royal Stratford East, unpacks the meaning of her unusual job title, exploring how this Arts Council England initiative is a unique model for improving access to theatre for disabled people as artists and audiences.

Head to the British Council Disability Arts International site to read more here


Disability Arts International: The Role of the Agent for Change


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