Making the Creative Process More Accessible.

with Nicola Wildin (Graeae Theatre Company)

This performance has taken place in the past

with Nicola Wildin

What is creative access? How can you make your work and rehearsal rooms more accessible for Deaf and disabled creatives from the start? Graeae Associate Director Nickie Miles-Wildin will guide you through the process, enabling you to understand the aesthetics of creative access. 

Nickie Miles-Wildin (Director) is Associate Director for Graeae Theatre Company and an independent theatre maker. She was recently young company programme leader at Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.

Directing credits include: The Virtual Forest Of Forgotten Disco’s (Contact), Mmxx & Connectfest (Royal Exchange Theatre), Crips Without Constraints (Graeae), Cuttin’it (Royal Exchange Theatre), Iron Man (Graeae & Spark Arts) The Forest Of Forgotten Discos (Contact /Jackie Hagan), The Tempest At Abraham Moss (Royal Exchange Theatre); Bingo Lingo (co-director/Wild N Beets); Disability Sex Archives, Two Can Toucan (TwoCan Theatre); Nana’s Jumble (Kazzum).

Staff Director on Mosquitoes (Dorfman, National Theatre). Associate Director credits include: Mixtape (Royal Exchange Theatre); Tommy (Ramps On The Moon National Tour). In 2014 Nickie co-founded TwoCan, Gloucestershire’s first professional disabled-led theatre company.

Please note tickets are being sold through both the Tron and The Gaiety so if our dates are sold then do head over to the Gaiety website to see what else is available

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Making the Creative Process More Accessible.