This year there are two winners in the small charities category: Access All Areas and...
Access All Areas has become the first UK arts organisation to achieve...
I came across Access All Areas by chance early 2013. A friend from college and fellow London-based Huddersfield Town fan put me in touch, knowing my accounting background.
We’d heard great things, and wanted to get the best possible photos before we launched our new partnership with Simon & How.
Our calendars didn’t work out unfortunately but there was an exciting project that Michael wanted to talk to us about.
On Sunday 3rd September, 13 runners gathered to take part in Parallel London, the world's most accessible fun run, to raise money fo...
It’s been a busy week for disability in the world of casting.
The BBC launched Class Act, a three-day intensive training programme for disabled actors that...
The artists, trustees and staff of Access All Areas are delighted to announce that we’ve been included as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation for 2018-2022, receiving £125,000 per annum for 4 years.
We're thrilled to officially launch our Madhouse Wiki.
Click below to find out more.
A month ago, Dispatches aired Under Lock and Key. 31 days later, what’s changed?
For anyone familiar with the disability sector, asking ‘what’s changed?’ after 31 days might seem ridiculous. Pointless. Futile. Families fight relentlessly to ensure, or attempt to secure, high-quality, compassionate care for their loved ones. Grieving parents wait years for the outcome of sterile, defensive reports into the death of their children. Scandals such as Winterbourne View or that of St. Andrew’s in Northampton, as featured in Under Lock and Key, take years to come to public attention.
We've been overwhelmed with positive responses to the opening of our MADHOUSE my house? exhibition at Hackney Museum. Read some of them here:
Destination Hackney did a special preview of our MADHOUSE my house? exhibition - click below to read!
Four years ago, Dayo Koleosho sat on the Declaration of Human Rights at the Paralympic Opening Ceremony, now he is back on Channel 4 for Jo Brand's Damned.
One of our most experienced performers, Dayo was the only learning disabled circus performer in the Paralympic Opening Ceremony in London 2012, with his skills and knowledge of theatre, he tells us about his past work with Access All Areas and his plans for the future.
April 17, 2016
We were excited to have actors Cian Binchy and Jules Robertson, as well as Artistic Director Nick Llewellyn, featured on Channel 4 News.
Jules and his mother Kathy charm Amanda as they talk on Lorraine about their experience with Jules' "frankness" and how he finds his role on Holby City.