• Equity Deaf and Disabled Performers Video Games Event

    Equity’s Screen and New Media Committee, in conjunction with the Deaf and Disabled Members Committee (DDMC), are delighted to announce that we will be holding a ground-breaking video games event on 30 October at Graeae Theatre.

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  • Accessing the Arts with the RSA Performing Arts Network

    Can technology make an effective difference in promoting equality and inclusion – or are attitudes to access still the biggest barrier? Join us for a RSA Performing Arts Network event using the RSA Ideas format. Apply to share your arts for social change idea and receive support from the network to turn it into action. […]

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  • Drake Music’s DMLab London Meet Up

    A Drake Music event, in partnership with Graeae Theatre Company and Music Hackspace. What is it? DMLab London is a meeting place for makers & disabled musicians, a space to explore musical potential and get hands on with kit. It is a partnership between Drake Music, Graeae and Music Hackspace to bring together disabled musicians […]

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  • A Different Way

    We are delighted to be partners on this brilliant and essential new project by Daryl Beeton Productions.

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    Sensibility Festival

    Sensibility Festival invites you to explore, play and experiment. The programme includes sensory experiences, guided tours, and interactive accessible activities across two venues. The centrepiece of the festival is the Sensory Labyrinth, a large scale interactive arts installation designed to be touched, eaten, smelt, moved and felt. Sensibility Festival is a unique arts installation that […]

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    If It Can’t Be Right Then It Must Be Wrong

    If It Can’t Be Right Then It Must Be Wrong  is a new protest song written by Blockheads Chaz Jankel and Derek Hussey, and lead vocalist from Graeae’s Reasons to be Cheerful. It’s a rallying cry against the brutal welfare cuts that D/deaf and disabled people have faced in recent years. Due to overwhelming demand, […]

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  • In Touch, Inclusion Theatre

    In Touch

    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 […]

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    Acts of Memory

    Anniversary – An Act of Memory, was a series of performances by artist Monica Ross, reciting, from memory, all 30 Articles from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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    Reframing the Myth

    2 – 26 February 2016.. An exhibition by the Central Illustration Agency and Graeae Theatre Company celebrating 35 years of placing Deaf and disabled artists centre stage.

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