Theatre of Progress: Mind the Gap’s ZARA, an eye opening performance
An incredible large scale production with a cast of over 100, a giant mechanical baby, tanks and cherry pickers shines a spotlight on the experiences of parents with learning disabilities.
Mind the Gap: affecting social change through learning disability theatre
We spoke to Julia Skelton, Executive Director of the visionary theatre company Mind the Gap about inspiration, collaboration and their new production ZARA.
Co-production in action
In celebration of co-production week Miranda Keast of The Grace Eyre Foundation tells us about her experience of co-producing a community club night and learning to let go
Interview with Andreas Rosenboom, Music Therapist
Andreas shared some stories and bits of advice that come from working as a music therapist.
Otakar Kraus Music Trust
The Otakar Kraus Music Trust's work with children and adults with learning difficulties teaches us how to listen to stories that don't always use words.
A Day In The Life Of a Shared Lives Carer
Grace Eyre share Jane's story of a normal day in her life living with Johnny, revealing how rewarding it can be to be a Shared Lives Carer.
The Skillnet Group
The Skillsnet Group is a social enterprise of people with and without learning difficulties working together
Interview: Day Opportunities – City College Peterborough
We interviewed Pat Carrington, principal of City College in Peterborough, and Julie Bennett, senior manager of Day Opportunities.
Day Opportunities – City College Peterborough
Day Opportunities is a program for people with learning and physical disabilities run by City College Peterborough focused on co-production.
Interview with Sam Mason, Community Fundraiser, Certitude
Fundraiser Sam Mason tells us about launching Certitude's campaign to fight social isolation.