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Larry and Sophie are in love. What could be more natural for them than to want to be alone, together? They bribe the feckless Tom to book them into a hotel for an afternoon’s tryst. But Larry and Sophie aren’t any couple – they both have intellectual disabilities and Tom is their care worker. By attempting to be intimate, they aren’t just breaking the rules – they’re breaking the law. By the brilliant Blue Teapot Theatre Company
Having kids is not an easy decision: Now imagine making these decisions if you have a learning disability. Woah – wait a minute… learning-disabled parents? Erm, can they do that? Do they even have sex? Yes, yes ‘they’ do. Fast moving, raw and eye-opening, Mia explores the truths and myths about learning disability and parenthood in today’s society. Mia challenges the often taken for granted idea of ‘being a parent’.
Blue Teapot is a multi-award winning Theatre Company, Performing Arts School & Outreach programme for people with intellectual disabilities at the forefront of arts & disability in Ireland.
Director Sarah Barton tells a largely untold story, charting the history of the disability rights movement in Australia, the US and the UK.
Brilliantly-executed Indian movie about a young girl with cerebral palsy who falls in love. MWAS is deeply moving, a philosophical film which makes you wonder if the body is a palace or prison -
Mind the Gap Theatre company is bold, cutting-edge theatre that can hold its own with the best proving that an intellectual disability is no barrier to creativity.
Inspired by a refusal to be silent, and a history of being ignored, five learning disabled artists take us on a wondrous adventure underground.
A goddess, a baby, a bird, an eater and a ghost guide us through a maze-like institution, growling to be heard, and waiting for the revolution that is forever promised.
As they tear back the walls to their lives, past and present spin together in a powerful expression of what it feels like to have a learning disability today.
A powerful and moving film about disability hate crime and the effect it has.
Graeae is a force for change in world-class theatre- breaking down barriers, challenging preconceptions and boldly placing Deaf and disabled artists centre stage.
Abnormally Funny People Show made its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2005. Each night featured a line-up of talented, award winning, disabled comedians with a token non-disabled one (you've got to give them a chance).
Alliance for Camphill is an association of individuals who have come together to promote the ideals of the Camphill movement and social justice for people with learning disabilities. It does not speak for individual communities. It is supported by the Camphill Foundation. It is separate from the Association of Camphill Communities (AoCC) and Camphill Families and Friends.