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Graeae tours world-class, diverse, high impact theatre.

Accessibility is at our core; we progressively define, evolve and redefine the ways in which signing, audio description, sound, light and film can enhance the theatrical experience.

Graeae is committed to pioneering and evolving the ‘aesthetics of access’, continually exploring new ways to weave in layers of accessibility and communication (such as BSL interpretation and audio description). The ‘aesthetics of access’ is now a recognised signature characteristic across Graeae productions.

Look out for the latest production from Graeae, Blood Wedding.

In this day and age anybody can love anybody.

Or are there still taboos?

David Ireland’s radical new take on Lorca’s play re-fuels this classic story with a contemporary twist. Jenny Sealey and David Ireland push this tale of searing lust, love and rebellion to its limit. When young lovers are overrun with passion, infatuation and defiance – the consequences are explosive.

Directed by Jenny Sealey, this modern day re-telling of a classic features Graeae’s creative combination of BSL interpretation, captioning and Audio Description in a brand new script from award-winning writer, director and actor David Ireland.

Traverse Theatre
Wed 8 April – Sat 11 April
Tickets £8 – £16 (concessions available)
To book: traverse.co.uk

 

Read The Guardian’s review here.

 

The Creative Case for Diversity

Reimagining the approach to diversity and equalities. Read articles and case studies on this informative website.

Grist to the Mill

Poorboy Theatre return for a two week residency to further explore and develop access creatively within performance.