We are delighted to be hosting Deafinitely Theatre, the UK’s leading deaf theatre company at the actacentre this summer.
Are you interested in drama?
Are you aged 14 – 25?
If so, what are you waiting for? Deafinitely Theatre is running a free drama taster workshop aimed at deaf and hearing young people.
You’ll take part in a range of fun drama exercises to introduce you to the world of acting and devising bilingual theatre.
Deafinitely Theatre specialise in bilingual theatre, and their youth and adult training programmes in London have a high record of achievement in establishing some of the best deaf talent in theatre, TV and film.
This is your opportunity to get involved – Saturday 13 May, 11.00 – 4.00 at the actacentre Studio – workshop places are free, but we strongly recommend booking in advance – tel. 953 2448 or email@example.com
Also look out for…
On Thursday 1 June, Deafinitely Theatre bring Something Else, a captivating production that combines the power of British Sign Language with the immediacy of spoken English, making it ideal for deaf and hearing audiences alike; a story for children aged 3+ and their families.
Also for deaf theatre audiences, look out for Gas Girls, acta’s WWI centenary show, includes a BSL signed performance on Friday 28 April, 7.00pm at actacentre.