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Ramps on the Moon

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

Ramps on the Moon is a consortium of six theatres that each year takes a turn to produce a touring show featuring a cast...

Currently touring with Paapa Essiedu in the RSC’s Hamlet, BSL interpreter Becky Barry is at the heart of the action during the special ‘semi-integrated’...

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...

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 production with inclusive theatre consortium Ramps on the Moon will be live-streamed to care homes across the UK. Rock musical The Who’s Tommy will...

For hundreds of years, white actors played Shakespeare’s famous black character Othello. Ira Aldridge was the first black actor to play him in 1833,...

London musical The Braille Legacy has been criticised for its portrayal of blindness by a leading disability arts consultant. Michele Taylor is director for change...

After 12 years as artistic director at London’s Theatre Royal Stratford East, Kerry Michael announced last year that he would be stepping down at...
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