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Award winning performing arts programme is now accepting applications and enquiries for January 2016. Access All Areas and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama offer a unique Performance Making Diploma.  Running from January – July 2016 we provide an unrivalled professional training for adults with learning disabilities. We are immensely proud to announce […]

Project Ability Christmas Auction

Dates: 13 Dec 2014, 6pm-9pm Location: Project Ability gallery, Trongate 103, G1 5HD Admission: Free www.project-ability.co.uk / info@project-ability.co.uk Project Ability will end the year with a bang! We are holding an event not to be missed on Saturday 13 December, 6pm-9pm: our Christmas Fundraising Auction. For two weeks, beginning on the Saturday 29th November, we will exhibit the works of established […]

Solar Bear Christmas News

Full text below the images Solar Bear Christmas Shows – Deaf Theatre Club If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we want to make sure you can enjoy the best night out this Christmas! Come along to the Deaf Theatre Club and see a BSL interpreted performance, receive discounted tickets and be met by […]

Universal Comedy

Universal Comedy is a Charity and Social Enterprise providing practical opportunities in the skills of producing and performing comedy for people with ill health, as a vehicle for them to develop their core skills, confidence and self-esteem, as well as promoting their health and well-being. The ultimate goal is to enable them to reintegrate with […]

flip Artists

flip Artists – an exciting new initiative to support the next generation of disabled artists in Scotland is being launched by flip – Disability Equality in the Arts and national arts organisations. The initiative is running for one year and artists are invited to apply by the XX of November and will tak epart in […]

Sign Language Poetry Film on tour

The Scottish Poetry Library The Scottish Poetry Library is looking at equalities and access, with support from Creative Scotland’s pilot Promoting Equalities Programme –  The first artist residency, to help us explore how we could improve services for all library users, is with Kyra Pollitt, BSL interpreter and poetry researcher, and artist. BSL poet Gary Quinn, […]

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