KERBS blog: Rehearsals Week 1, 2, 3 & 4
Assistant Director, Britny Virginia gives us an insight into the Kerbs rehearsal process. WEEK ONE Haven’t we all tripped over a kerb (or two) at least once in our lives? No? Okay maybe it’s just me but this is not the type of kerb I’m referring to today. I’m referring to the trailblazing play written […]
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.
Matt Trueman talks to Winsome Pinnock and Amit Sharma about the reworking of One Under
Some plays have prescience, some are ahead of their time. Fourteen years after Winsome Pinnock’s puzzle of a play One Under had its world premiere, with Graeae’s new version of the work about to embark on a national tour, this tale of Londoners that fall through the cracks has arguably never felt more of […]
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 […]
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. […]
Amit Sharma to join Birmingham Rep
We’re thrilled to announce our Associate Director Amit Sharma will be joining Birmingham Repertory Theatre as their new Deputy Artistic Director in Spring / Summer 2019. He joins other new appointments Sean Foley as Artistic Director, and Rachael Thomas as Executive Director. Amit has been Graeae’s Associate Director since 2011, and is a graduate from Graeae’s Missing Piece […]
Introducing our Year Six Write to Play writers!
Graeae are delighted to announce five D/deaf and disabled writers from South West England for the sixth year of Graeae’s Write to Play programme, commencing in January 2019. Writers will work in partnership with Graeae and year six organisations; Bristol Old Vic, Exeter Northcott Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Wiltshire Creative, Nuffield Southampton Theatres and Ustinov Studio […]
Introducing our five new Patrons!
Graeae is delighted to announce the appointment of five new Patrons to help keep the company’s legacy alive. Graeae’s patrons are an integral part of keeping Graeae’s legacy thriving. We value their support, encouragement and enthusiasm, for both the company and for the social and artistic ethos Graeae promotes. What unites our five new patrons […]