Please help support the work we do – training, empowering and showcasing the talent of D/deaf and disabled artists, both across the UK and internationally. Click on the ‘JustGiving’ icon below. Thank you.
Our current campaigns can be found below:
Graeae’s Ensemble programme is a unique training programme for young D/deaf and disabled artists who wish to develop a career in the theatre industry. 14 young artists have already graduated but for many more, it’s an invaluable first step.
Sarah’s Singing Marathon for Ensemble
To help raise money and secure a future for D/deaf and disabled artists, acclaimed young disabled performer Sarah Warren is undertaking a SINGING MARATHON throughout June to support Graeae’s Ensemble programme for young theatre makers.
By supporting a third year of the Ensemble programme, YOU are investing in a new generation of D/deaf and disabled artistic leaders, and can make a real difference to the lives of young D/deaf and disabled people wanting to develop a career within theatre and the arts.
You’ll also help to ensure that the theatre industry reflects the diversity of our country for future generations.
Our patron Jemima Dury and daughter of singer/songwriter Ian Dury tells us why Ensemble is so important.
‘Graeae’s Ensemble programme is a vital tool in the training of D/deaf and disabled drama students, offering many of the required skills to young artists who cannot access these mainstream schools.’ Mat Fraser, Graeae Patron
‘I have grown more than I could have imagined. I have worked with some of the industry’s best and have managed to break down personal barriers. This was the best way for me to start my career as an actor. Graeae has helped me so much.’ Ensemble Graduate
* Your donation will be processed and administered by the National Funding Scheme, operating as DONATE. Texts will be charged at your standard network rate. For Terms & Conditions, see www.easydonate.org
Graeae Theatre Company is registered with the Fundraising Regulator, and abide with their Code of Fundraising Practice.