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Nickie Miles-Wildin

Nickie Miles-Wildin is Associate Director of Graeae Theatre Company. Nickie has had a wide and varied career, having worked with Graeae in various capacities over the last 15 years, as a writer, director and workshop facilitator. Nickie is best known for her role as Miranda in the London Paralympics Opening Ceremony 2012, co-directed by Jenny Sealey. Nickie was also Staff Director on Mosquitoes at the National Theatre with a cast including Olivia Colman and Associate Director for the Ramps on the Moon/New Wolsey Theatre production of The Who’s Tommy. Nickie is an Associate Artist for Kazzum, and in 2014 she co-founded TwoCan, Gloucestershire’s first professional disabled-led theatre company.

Posts by Nickie Miles-Wildin

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Podcast ep. 11 Disability and…Performing with Sarah Gordy

For episode 11 of the Disability And… Podcast, Graeae’s Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin chats to actress Sarah Gordy on Disability and...Performing. Sarah talks about her role in Jellyfish at the National Theatre and her various TV roles including Call the Midwife and her first professional job on Peak Practice. A transcript of ...

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Podcast ep.5 Disability and…Change with Jess Thom (aka Touretteshero)

For episode 5 of The Disability And...Podcast, Graeae’s Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin speaks to Jess Thom, an artist, theatremaker and co-founder of acclaimed company Touretteshero, which celebrates and shares the creativity and humour of Tourettes in an accessible way. Jess talks about the idea behind Touretteshero, the importance of relaxed performances ...

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Podcast ep. 3 Disability and…Comedy with Jackie Hagan

Graeae Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin talks to acclaimed playwright, comedian and performance poet Jackie Hagan. A graduate of Graeae's Write to Play programme, she is most well-known for her work Cosmic Scallies, Some People Have Too Many Legs and The Forest of Forgotten Discos. She talks about how being a ...

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