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Vici Wreford-Sinnott

Vici is Artistic Director of Little Cog, a disabled-led theatre company based in the North East of England. Vici is passionate about multi-layered theatre which brings a new aesthetic, alternative dramaturgies and engages audiences in new ways, telling previously untold or mis-told stories. She is also Co-Founder of Cultural Shift at ARC Stockton, a strategic artistic platform for disabled artists. As an equality strategist Vici has created a number of successful models of equality practice. She has also been CEO of Arts and Disability Ireland and CEO of ARCADEA, both cultural disability equality development organisations. Vici is Associate Artist at ARC Stockton, Artistic Directing collaborator with Full Circle Theatre Company - an ensemble of learning disabled theatre makers and was awarded a scholarship for a practice-based PhD in Disability Theatre at Teesside University. Supported by British Council, Vici has recently taken up a series of international opportunities.

Posts by Vici Wreford-Sinnott

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Creating New Networks and Platforms – The North East Round Table

Disabled playwright and theatre director, Vici Wreford-Sinnott writes about the legacy of disability arts in the North East region in relation to a recent round table discussion with a mix of eight 'established' and 'emerging' artists. I am passionate about being able to create phenomenal work in the best circumstances possible, ...

Vici Wreford-Sinnott on a podium

Disconsortia – a disabled artist led consortium of extraordinary voices

Disabled artists have always had a healthy appetite for discussion and debate, and for getting together to create meaningful artistic and strategic opportunities for our community in the wider arts landscape. Artist-led opportunities, however, have been thin on the ground in recent years, so it is with a mix of ...