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  • Too Much Talk, Too Little Action: Are the standards by which we Judge writing Accessible?

    As a visually impaired writer, I often get asked how organisations can help me participate, what I need to get into the building, attend the social etc. What I don’t get asked is how my lived experience impacts both what and how I write. For disabled writers to truly flourish, we need to stop assuming […]

  • The Tempest – Swimming for Beginners

      We’ve been working on an international project in collaboration with the British Council and Owlspot Theatre to stage a production of The Tempest: Swimming for Beginners which will be performed at Owlspot Theatre, Tokyo, Japan from 1 – 6 June 2021. Directed by Jenny Sealey, The Tempest is a bold, modern reworking of Shakespeare’s […]

  • Hear Me Now: volume 2

      Graeae are delighted to be one of the partners on Tamasha Theatre Company’s next volume of Hear Me Now, audition monologues for Actors of Colour. With a focus on actors and writers who are either ethnically diverse and/or Deaf or disabled, the new volume will feature over 100 brand new monologues. Conceived in 2016 […]