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Graeae are a human rights charity. We rely on the generous support of individuals to continue our work championing and cultivating the work of Deaf and disabled artists, both in the UK and internationally. Thank you.  DONATE HERE

  • Safe Space Forum – For Black Deaf & disabled artists

    In response to recent events, Graeae has arranged to facilitate a safe space for Black Deaf and disabled artists to come together and share thoughts, feelings, and experiences. This will take place on Thursday 6 August from 3-4.30pm.

  • Review of Reasons to be Graeae

    Sophie Tennison is a Graeae Ensemble (2020) artist. She is a member of the National Youth Theatre and a young trustee of the CVI Society. Sophie leads The Missing Percent campaign (@Missingpercent), promoting increased representation of Disabled artists in media, film, TV and theatre.   Review of Reasons to be Graeae The Graeae Ensemble 2020 were […]

  • #SugarWater documentary is now on Amazon Prime

    We’re very excited to announce that Breakneck Films’ documentary #SugarWater is now available to watch on Amazon Prime! A behind the scenes documentary following our first performance at The National Theatre. WATCH THE #SUGARWATER DOCUMENTARY HERE #SugarWater charts the journey of Graeae’s first ever production at the National Theatre in spring 2016 with Jack Thorne’s The […]