3 years on from the Paralympics
To mark the third year anniversary of the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony, Graeae patron Mat Fraser interviews Paralympic Opening Ceremony performer Nickie Wildin in the next of our ‘In conversation with…’ series of videos.
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Aerial Performance Training
A rare opportunity for Deaf or disabled veterans to train for free with the team who brought the London Paralympics to millions of people.Read more about Aerial Performance Training
The award-winning Bradbury Studios are home to Graeae. We have a number of fully accessible spaces available to hire for rehearsals, meetings, workshops, conferences and social events.Read more about Hires
The Graeae myth
According to Greek legend, the three Graeae sisters shared an eye and a single tooth. When Perseus stole them, the sisters revealed how to kill the Medusa, but he broke his oath and threw away their life source.Read more about The Graeae myth
Graeae has a strong track record creating work for and with children and young people.
Access is fundamental to Graeae’s work; we provide an inclusive working practice for artists and staff, and an accessible theatrical experience for our audiences.Read more about Accessibility