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This is the first year I have taken a show to the fringe. Although I love it, Edinburgh is not kind on anyone with...

Pleasance will host its first accessibility gala at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe to raise awareness of the lack of disabled access at the...

The Family Arts Campaign has launched new guidance to help cultural organisations better suit the needs of older audiences. The scheme has been developed in...

Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme have launched a course for D/deaf and disabled directors. The Introduction to Directing course is...

Kathy Yeoman Training: PG Dip in BSL/English interpreting CV: Rehearsal interpreter for Deafinitely Theatre’s Something Else, Grounded, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Playing God,...

What a transparent and two-faced excuse for a government that is all too aware that, when local authorities have faced cuts of up to...

Access and diversity are prioritised in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society's free events programme at this year’s festival. The Breaking Down Barriers strand of discussions, workshops and...

Equity is to redouble efforts to support D/deaf and disabled actors and stage managers to increase their visibility within the industry. The issue was raised...

Nirvana’s Come As You Are is the perfect opener for this Belgian dance piece about what it means to be part of a group....
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