Our bespoke programmes explore the themes of our productions and aim to inspire new perspectives, understanding and access to the world around us. We work across key stages, complimenting curriculum objectives as relevant to each production. Delivery can range in duration from half-day to 3-days and are designed for the bespoke needs within each group. Workshops are led by D/deaf and disabled artists, both from within Graeae’s core team and from our experienced pool of practitioners.
Reasons to be Cheerful
We invited members of the public up and down the country to write and record original protest songs in any format accessible to them. A selection of these were chosen from each of the seven cities on the tour, and the accompanying music videos played on stage before the performance. Songwriting workshops, and an exclusive song writing guide were also offered. Find out more about this programme here.
The House of Bernarda Alba
An outreach programme for The House Of Bernarda Alba recently took place in Manchester alongside the production. Graeae artists delivered workshops with a range of groups including young people, elders, school groups, refugees and asylum seekers, teachers and theatre practitioners. The education pack that was created for The House of Bernarda Alba can be downloaded here in pdf or plain text format.