Launching a new generation of Deaf and disabled theatre makers, creatively supported and accredited by Rose Bruford College.
If you are a Deaf and/or disabled artist aged 17-29 and are passionate about theatre, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to apply for Graeae’s Ensemble: Certificate of Higher Education Theatre Making and Leadership course.
Find out more at graeae.org
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In last Wednesday 8th November, Artistic Director of Deafinitely Theatre, Paula Garfield, announces a new, site-specific production of Mike Bartlett’s play Contractions as the...
Arsenal Football Club is one of the first Premier League Clubs to announce a new partnership with SignVideo to provide better access for deaf and hard of hearing fans who use BSL.
‘Signly’ - a government scheme to support BSL users on trains - will receive funding, along with other schemes to help rail passengers with various disabilities and conditions.
On Friday 9th November, we had the pleasure of hosting the tenth anniversary of The Signature Annual Awards. Bringing the awards back to the North East where Signature is based, The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art on the banks of the river Tyne was the perfect venue for such a prestigious occasion.