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“Deafblind people are the least integrated into society”

| by Viktoria Avdeeva

In Touch – a new inclusive play from Russia created with Graeae’s Jenny Sealey – lands at the National Theatre on 14 October. Producer Viktoria Avdeeva tells us how her work with deafblind actors has challenged perceptions and changed lives

A dance towards gender equality in the UK and India

| by Sarah Shead

There’s a lack of support for female choreographers in the UK and many other countries. Sarah Shead tells us how 2Faced Dance aims to change this and why its new touring programme features an all-female line-up of British and Indian dancemakers – plus watch the company's video diary in India

When should you take a show to Edinburgh Fringe?

| by Eleanor Turney

When should artists take work to the Edinburgh Fringe? And, when shouldn’t they? What are the alternatives? Artists such as Action Hero and experts including the Fringe itself share their advice

"We knew we liked Georgia already"

| by Morven Macbeth

Imitating the Dog returned to Georgia with its show, The Zero Hour. Read all about it here!

Bring the happy to Tbilisi!

| by Richard Warburton

Richard Warburton from Invisible Flock describes taking Bring The Happy to Georgia.

Re-presenting young people

| by Alister O'Loughlin

Alister O'Loughlin from The Urban Playground talks about taking parkour to Kuwait

1927 on tour – Ukraine

| by Eleanor Buchan

As 1927 continues its epic tour around the world, Eleanor Buchan reports from Ukraine

The Lagos Theatre Festival has arrived!

| by Molly Taylor

Look Left Look Right spent some time in Lagos to make a new show. Molly Taylor reports from opening night of Make Me Waka

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