Our commitment to exciting and intriguing theatre extends well beyond our British headquarters. Graeae's international work is going from strength to strength in developing extraordinary creative exchanges, all of which offer a profound learning experience.
Told through an eclectic style of spoken, signed and physical theatre, In Touch captures the real stories of deafblind, blind, visually impaired, Deaf, hard of hearing, sighted and hearing people. It explores the emotional rollercoaster of being human, how we each navigate our lives and what happens when these two very different worlds collide and […]Find out more
‘People will watch us do this (performing) and believe that we ‘Deaf young people’ can do anything’Find out more
– Student, J.S. Academy, Karachi, Pakistan
A Different Shakespeare
In March 2016, Jenny Sealey directed a new production of Romeo and Juliet in Bangladesh for the British Council programme Shakespeare Lives. All the main characters were played by one disabled actor who spoke and one Deaf actor, who used Bengali Sign Language. It was the first time anything like this had been staged there.Find out more