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Awards ceremonies can serve to signal, support and cement existing trends. This year’s Tony Awards were no different. New writing is in a rich...

Theatremaker Jamie Hale is to take over the Barbican’s Pit for a showcase of D/deaf and disabled artists. Hale tells Giverny Masso about their...

My first job was in 1993 for Mockbeggar Theatre Company in a play called Against the Grain. But I would like to talk about...

Wheelchair users are being seriously underserved when it comes to booking theatre tickets online, according to new data. Recent figures from ticketing software provider Spektrix...

A two-day event to showcase deaf and disabled actors to casting directors and theatre bosses is being held in London. The Park Theatre is hosting...

Anna Gray is an artist with learning-disabled theatre company Mind the Gap. She tells Giverny Masso about her latest role in Amanda Whittington's Be...

Disabled people are under-represented in theatre with the diversity agenda focusing far more on boosting black and female roles, argues Athena Stevens. This needs...

This Is Not a Safe Space performer Jackie Hagan tells Nick Awde of the global interest in her work since appearing at the IETM...

The UK is regarded as a world leader on inclusivity, and this was recognised as performing arts professionals from around the world gathered at...
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