Our bespoke programmes explore the themes of our productions and aim to inspire new perspectives, understanding and access to the world around us. We work across key stages, complimenting curriculum objectives as relevant to each production. Delivery can range in duration from half-day to 3-days and are designed for the bespoke needs within each group. Workshops are led by D/deaf and disabled artists, both from within Graeae’s core team and from our experienced pool of practitioners.
Community Engagement: Reasons to be Cheerful (touring September – November)
How can we make sure our voices are not shut away? How do we make ourselves seen and heard?
Join in the Reasons to be Cheerful Tour 2017 and make an ORIGINAL protest song* for your generation.
1. The Reasons
Book an Introductory Reasons to be Cheerful workshop to set you on your way. You can also request our Creative Starter Pack, full of professional song writing tips and ideas of how to make songs accessible.
2. The Rhyme
Make an original protest song*. Send it to us. We’ll be choosing songs to take on tour; firing up audiences around the country!
3. The Revolution
Come see the show on tour and join the revolution.
* We will welcome songs in any format accessible for you, including signed song, lyric videos and audio recordings.
To find out more or request our Creative Starter Pack, please email Jodi-Alissa Bickerton, Creative Learning Director email@example.com / 020 7613 6900
An outreach programme for The House Of Bernarda Alba recently took place in Manchester alongside the production. Graeae artists delivered workshops with a range of groups including young people, elders, school groups, refugees and asylum seekers, teachers and theatre practitioners. The education pack that was created for The House of Bernarda Alba can be downloaded here in pdf or plain text format.