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accessibility

One of theatre’s biggest preoccupations is accessibility; and it concerns both who gets to put shows on and who comes to see them. The issues...

Lack of interest, a person's disability and restrictions on their time have been highlighted as the main reasons why people in England do not...

People with autism going to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe are being offered free kits filled with items to help them relax in stressful or...

Your article highlighting the under-representation of disabled students in UK drama schools makes a number of valid and timely points. However, it fails to reflect...

Theatres are regularly criticised as unwelcoming places for working-class people. Christopher Haydon argues that the industry needs to take decisive action to bring audiences...

Deafinitely Theatre has announced a new training course to equip emerging deaf artists for a career in mainstream theatre. The year-long programme, called the Hub,...

More than a quarter of theatres in the UK display no access information on their websites at all, according to a new report into...

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...
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