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Learning-disabled theatre company Access All Areas has announced a partnership with talent agency Simon and How to improve opportunities for actors with learning disabilities. The...

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 BBC has launched a training programme to increase the number of disabled actors working in the organisation. The scheme, entitled Class Act, invites disabled...

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...

How do we critique theatre by artists with learning difficulties? Are these performers regarded as less able than those with physical disabilities? Bella Todd investigates...

Amy Trigg was the first wheelchair user to graduate from a performance course at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and recently appeared as Sally...

Ramps on the Moon’s radical vision is to create work for mainstream audiences using D/deaf and disabled performers and technicians. Director Kerry Michael explains...

A new guide has been launched to ensure D/deaf and disabled audiences are better served when buying tickets online. Commissioned by the Society of Ticket...
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