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Graeae Theatre Company

The Stage is supporting Graeae’s fundraising efforts to ensure that a third year of its Ensemble training programme can go ahead. We talk to...

Graeae's Jenny Sealey is launching a new theatre company called Where's My Vagina? that will be devoted to telling women's stories. The female-led organisation will...

Leading theatre companies that work with disabled artists, including Graeae and Hijinx, have criticised the decision to use a puppet to portray an autistic...

Graeae’s Ensemble programme has already helped 14 young people prepare for a career in theatre. Now, The Stage is supporting Graeae’s fundraising efforts to...

The Stage 100, in association with Spektrix, is intended to reflect who are the 100 most influential people working in the theatre and performing...

The Stage Scholarships partners with the UK’s top drama schools to transform the lives of talented youngsters by offering thousands of pounds of subsidised...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child writer Jack Thorne has claimed disability is being “left out of every diversity conversation” in the arts. Thorne was...

Performing in Ramps on the Moon’s revival of Our Country’s Good, Garry Robson is a passionate advocate for disabled performers and theatremakers. He tells...

Jenny Sealey, Graeae’s artistic director, believes there’s an inner punk in everyone. You can well believe it watching an audience launch full throttle into...
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