Chickenshed Theatre

  Chickenshed-Theatre Changing Lives. So what is Chickenshed? Chickenshed Theatre is an amazing inclusive theatre company and charity, based in North London. I’m not just saying it’s amazing because I spent around 4 years acting in various roles there, have been in it’s Young Creators scheme and had made so many friends there. I mean … More Chickenshed Theatre

DanceSyndrome

References: [1] Jennifer Smith, DanceSyndrome, ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve’ – Student Jennifer Smith, who has Down’s Syndrome, showcases her piece for the Charity Film Awards. Her dance explores the issue that there are 1.4 million people in the UK with a learning disability and 50% of those people experience chronic loneliness. However DanceSyndrome dannce leader Becky … More DanceSyndrome

Exposure Organisation

An award-winning youth magazine, film producer and charity, Exposure encourages young people to have a voice, for the good of others as well as themselves. So what is Exposure? Created by founder and manager Andreas Koumi in 1996, Exposure is a youth charity and a magazine, training young people to write current news and opinion … More Exposure Organisation

Dolly Sen

Dolly Sen is an author and filmmaker, making socially conscious work surrounding ‘madness’, government policies around mental health and disability, and social attitudes. Dolly Sen – To Be or Not To Be Disabled – Based on the famous monologue in Shakespeare’s Hamlet, this spoken word poem explores Dolly’s experience of how disabled people are treated … More Dolly Sen