Over the last few years, we have taken an epic outdoor performance to the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival, bought back our beloved show Reasons to be Cheerful and taken our first ever show to the National Theatre. We’ve also staged our first ‘in-the-round’ production, and have had shows mounted internationally. Our aim is to always engage and bring endless creativity to every performance while continuing to create aesthetically accessible productions.
Our pioneering artist development programme Ensemble, has run for two years with 14 Deaf and disabled participants taking part and we’re very excited to have started our third year in February 2020.
We have many other projects coming up this year with various international work, but for now we want to show you our new showreel showcasing what Graeae does best.
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The House of Bernarda Alba by Federico García Lorca
The Garden by Alex Bulmer
Prometheus Awakes by Graeae and La Fura dels Baus
Reasons to be Cheerful by Paul Sirett
Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca
The Solid Life of Sugar Water by Jack Thorne
This Is Not For You by Mike Kenny, with 14-18 NOW and Blesma, The Limbless Veterans
The Limbless Knight – A Tale of Rights Reignited
Graeae Ensemble 2015/16 and 208/19 (training programme)
The Threepenny Opera by By Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill
The Iron Man by Ted Hughes adapted by Paul Sirett
Edited by Jonah Sealey