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“It’s the first time I’ve performed in my home town.” Deaf actor Matty Gurney tells us about taking ‘Light’ on tour

January 19, 2015

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What’s the play about? Light is set in a future world where a totalitarian regime monitors the thoughts of its […]

“Our mission could be in jeopardy.” Graeae’s Jenny Sealey on impact of Access to Work problems on theatre company

October 28, 2014

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How serious is the situation facing Graeae now? Graeae supports employees and freelancers to make Access to Work applications and […]

Review: Deafinitely Theatre’s ‘Two’ – by Donna Williams

January 9, 2014

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On 14th November I had a lovely birthday treat – a trip to London to see Deafinitely Theatre’s production of […]

Martin McLean: Attracting an audience to Deaf theatre

October 16, 2012

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Martin McLean is Deafinitely Theatre’s Project Manager. One of his responsibilities is to lead on the marketing campaigns for the […]