Discover (short course)

    Discover is a one-week short course in theatre-making and technical production roles. It is open to young Deaf and disabled people (aged 17 – 30) who are passionate about theatre, driven towards a career in the arts and eager to challenge themselves professionally.

  • One Under by Winsome Pinnock

    One Under workshop programme

    What Connects Us? is a unique creative workshop programme linked to the tour One Under, written by Winsome Pinnock and produced by Graeae and Theatre Royal Plymouth.

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  • Graeae Ensemble, supporting the next generation of theatre makers


    Ensemble is a work-based training programme supporting the next generation of D/deaf and disabled theatremakers (aged 17-26)

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    Dare You training

    Dare You is a creative learning experience that develops skills for inclusive leadership – building leaders that leverage diversity to get the best out of all their people.

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    Training and Consultancy

    We’re proud to collaborate and work in partnership with a wide variety of partners across the cultural sector, informing our practice and providing many opportunities.

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  • MAKE

    Calling all BAME D/deaf and/or disabled artists interested in growing their skills and collaborating with peers.

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  • This Is Not For You Education Programme

    With the centenary of WW1 making its mark across the world and especially in the UK, Graeae’s Training and Learning department developed an education programme alongside the outdoor performance This Is Not For You. The aim was to uncover the unheard stories of those returning from war disabled, explore how communities adapt and increase awareness […]

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  • Graeae's Ensemble 2018 presents Hurricane Protest Songs

    Graeae’s Ensemble 2018 presents Hurricane Protest Songs

    Join Graeae’s Ensemble of young theatre makers in Hurricane Protest Songs, a breakthrough new production interweaving spoken word poetry, movement, music and storytelling. Incorporating creative use of British Sign Language, captioning and audio description, it asks: What is our future? How can we change the world? Are we really in control of our own destiny?

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    Artistic Residencies

    “The Graeae artists spent time individually with each student – nobody faded into the background.”
    – Teaching Assistant,Tuke School.

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    Production Related Workshops

    We deliver education and outreach programmes to groups alongside many of our latest touring productions.

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    “Thank you for an engaging and insightful workshop. It felt collaborative and freeing.”
    – Workshop participant

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  • Protest Song Hub

    Protest Song Hub

    Songwriting Guide – Submission Guidelines – Submit As part of Reasons To Be Cheerful 2017, Graeae called upon singers and songwriters from across the globe to raise their voices for freedom and compose, record and submit Protest Songs that spoke to the struggles of the 21st century. After an overwhelming response, we committed to continuing that fight. The Protest Song Hub […]

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  • Image of 4 Rollettes in orange jumpsuits

    The Rollettes (ages 7-16)

    ‘I want to fly again. That was the best day ever!’
    –Young Artistic Adviser, Aerial Circus workshop

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    The Rollettes present Babushka’s Winter Adventure

    A long time ago on a cold winter’s night, there’s a knock at the door of Babushka’s cottage. Her unexpected visitors are looking for the new born king. Before she knows it, Babushka finds herself on a fantastical journey of discoveries across the world in search of new friends.

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    ‘People will watch us do this (performing) and believe that we ‘Deaf young people’ can do anything’
    – Student, J.S. Academy, Karachi, Pakistan

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    Hackney Youth Theatre

    Hackney Partnership Youth Theatre perform during February half-term each year. It is run in partnership with local learning disabled young people, Huddleston Centre and Immediate Theatre.

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    Deck the Stalls

    A motley crew of audience members arrive at the theatre. However, something is amiss and, although they think they are in for a treat, hilarity ensures as they realise they have one thing in common… someone has ushered them through the wrong door! Inspired by Graeae’s unique wheelchair dancing troupe, the Rhinestone Rollers, a group […]

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