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    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.

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    #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 […]

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    Open letter to the Culture Secretary – #WeShallNotBeRemoved

    An open letter to the Culture Secretary from Deaf and disabled cultural leaders, artists, and inclusive companies on safeguarding the future of disability arts in the UK.

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    Black Lives Matter

    Our statement on Black Lives Matter.

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    Reasons To Be Cheerful – Available Free Online!

    Knock me down with a feather… Reasons To Be Cheerful Available Free Online!  Let’s ‘ave it!! Graeae are thrilled to announce their critically acclaimed box office hit musical Reasons To Be Cheerful is available FREE, via online streaming on YouTube from 3rd June through to 3rdAugust. Following nationwide tours, concert versions across the world and a […]

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    The Living Declaration of Disability, Equity & Resilience

    The Living Declaration aims to raise awareness about the challenges facing disabled people under Covid-19 and beyond.

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    A lockdown update from our Training & Learning team

    A message to our artists, young people, families, schools, creative partners and all who support us.

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    London Stands Together

    Graeae Patron and legendary pop-artist Sir Peter Blake has created a new artwork to show solidarity, and bring London together in these uncertain times.

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    Graeae’s new showreel

    Check out our new showreel showcasing some of the work we’ve done nationally and internationally over the years.

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    Emma Thompson DBE becomes a Patron of Graeae

    Graeae is delighted to announce the appointment of Emma Thompson DBE as a new Patron, as we prepare to enter our 40th year. Emma Thompson DBE is an English actress, screenwriter, activist, author, comedian and is one of the world’s most respected talents in acting and screenwriting. She is the only person to date to […]

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    Graeae awarded Arts Council England funds to help transform leadership

      Graeae is delighted to announce that over the next two years we will embark on a new leadership programme to break down barriers faced by Deaf and disabled artists nationwide. This programme will include accredited training, professional development, digital resources and a national strategy for connecting artists with venues. We have been through a […]

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    A Different Way

    A ‘show and tell’ project connecting Performing Arts for Young Audiences with Disabled artists and young people. We are delighted to be partners on this brilliant and essential new project by Daryl Beeton Productions. A Different Way is a ‘show and tell’ project connecting Performing Arts for Young Audiences with Disabled artists and young people. […]