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The Importance of Being Described... Earnestly? at The Western Studio, Wales Millennium Centre

December 7, 2017 from 2pm to 3pm
INVITATION TO OUR SHARING - FREE TICKETED EVENT (please book in advance):We are currently in our second phase of development of The Importance of Being Described...Earnestly?, a piece exploring creative uses of audio description, offering a choice of interpretation through AD that’s delivered live by all characters - and the audience!BSL InterpretedCome and join us on our adventures into the wilderness thus far...and then join us in the bar afterwards.Tickets are free but numbers are limited -…See More
Nov 10, 2017
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CALLOUT FOR PRODUCERS

Elbow Room Theatre Company is looking to work with a freelance producer on their new show, The Importance of Being Described… Earnestly? - Autumn 2018The ideal candidate will be based in England or South Wales and have 2-5 years producing experience. Knowledge of the Disability Arts sector is desirable but not essential.Get in touch and send your CV to elbowroomtheatre@gmail.com Deadline: 27th Novemer 2017See More
Nov 9, 2017
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What I do:
Make elbow room in the arts for marginalised artists and audiences by producing quality new writing that explores creative access
A little more about me:
Based in Cardiff, Elbow Room Theatre Company is an emerging, disability-led company co-founded by Chloë Clarke and Sami Thorpe. We are launching our first and pioneering production; ‘The Importance of Being Described… Earnestly?’, an Unlimited commission awarded to Clarke, which features Audio Description as the creative driving force of the piece. We produce new writing that highlights the creative use of access tools to make innovative, edgy work. Our aim is to place D/deaf and disabled artists like ourselves centre stage, putting diversity, inclusion and access at the heart of what we do - we make elbow room for ourselves and like-minded people in Wales and the UK.
Location:
Cardiff
Projects I’m working on:
The Importance of Being Described...Earnestly?
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@ElbowRoomTC

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CALLOUT FOR PRODUCERS

Elbow Room Theatre Company is looking to work with a freelance producer on their new show, The Importance of Being Described… Earnestly? - Autumn 2018

The ideal candidate will be based in England or South…

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