Graeae are delighted to launch a new digital lockdown programme, Crips without Constraints: A Play, A Podcast, A Picture.
On Mondays: a brand new monologue by a Deaf/disabled writer, read by a Deaf/disabled actor, in collaboration with Graeae patron Jack Thorne. Plays will be audio described and captioned. The first play to be released will be Flesh, by Anita Kelly, performed by Francesca Mills and directed by Nickie Miles-Wildin.
On Wednesdays: a BSL interpreted Podcast, from our Disability And… Podcast series with Disability Arts Online. The first to be released will be a BSL interpreted version of ‘Disability And…Change’: Nickie Miles-Wildin’s interview’s TourettesHero Jess Thom.
On Fridays: a picture from our archive, celebrating the talent and creativity of the artists we’ve worked with over the last 4 decades. The first image to be released will be Garry Robson by Jakob Hinrichs, from the Graeae and Central Illustration Agency exhibition Reframing the Myth in 2016.
Remember to put Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays in your diary from 20 April for 11 weeks!
Plays will be audio described and captioned. Podcasts are BSL interpreted. Pictures will be audio described.