Please note: our workshops take place across a variety of locations. Contact us if you are unsure where yours takes place.
Spinning Wheel is a multi-sensory music and movement project for adults with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
Mondays at Chats Palace, 11am - 1pm and 2 - 4pm.
We also offer Spinning Wheel in your home where we will bring our music and movement to you.
Spring Back is a project to develop resilience and strategies to stay well and manage difficult situations.
We work together using drama games, role play and forum theatre to explore ways of coping when life is hard.
Thursdays at Chats Palace, 10.30am - 1pm.
Relaxed drama for adults with learning disabilities and autism.
In a relaxed space, this person-centred programme explores relationships, communication, creative wellbeing and using our voices.
Thursdays at Chats Palace, 2 – 3.30pm.
MADHOUSE my house? is a three-year digital and creative learning programme to accompany the Performance Company's MADHOUSE re:exit production.
The project includes creating
- an accessible website with RIX Research and Media
- an accessible and interactive at Hackney Museum
- a series of MADHOUSE history weeks developing advocacy and performance skills
- a non-word book developed with Books Beyond Words
- an education pack for all ages and abilities developed alongside the Open University
We love getting new members!
We run lots of different projects for adults with all levels of learning disabilties, some of which might not be listed above.
To get involved, or for more information, contact Alex on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 613 6445.
At Your Organisation/Group Future Projects
Performance Making Diploma at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
We can come to you!
Access All Areas offers bespoke projects to community groups, organisations and charities.
These range from one off or weekly projects to interactive performances and events.
We also provide training in skills like communication for adults with learning disabilities and their carers/support workers.
We can host up to 20 participants and all sessions are co-delivered by a trained learning disabled facilitator.
Call us on 0207 613 6445 or click below to find out more.
On this professional training course you will learn performance and devising techniques at an advanced level.
Working with professional artists and tutors with and without learning disabilities, the course looks at creating your own performances from devised and physical theatre to live art.
Applications next open in Spring 2018.
For more information, and to read about the background to the course, please click here.
To register your interest, get in touch below.