Catch up with news about our performing arts events and initiatives around the world

Unlimited announces ambitious new commissions from disabled artists

Surveillance culture, female sexuality and a duet with a human and a helium balloon. New work highlights the talent and diversity of today’s disabled artists

18th Feb 2016 — 23rd Apr 2017

New bursary winners off to network in Europe

We have awarded 14 new bursaries to black, Asian and minority ethnic practitioners to attend IETM, a major performing arts networking event in Europe

Young people take over venues across Europe

Take Over enables young people from Greece, Italy, Poland and Serbia to programme and produce a series of events in their local arts venues

Watch our live stream of Complicite’s new show

Beware of Pity is a boundary-pushing collaboration between Complicite and Schaubühne Berlin – watch it online until 26 February

1st Dec 2015 — 26th Oct 2016

“Remarkable plays” from Brazil and Canada win the 25th International Radio Playwriting Competition

Joanne Gutknecht and Pericles Silveira win the opportunity to travel to London and have their plays produced and broadcast on the BBC World Service

12th Oct 2016

Our search for Edinburgh Showcase 2017 artists is underway

We announce dates and invite artists to apply to be part of our programme of outstanding UK performance for an audience of international promoters

6th Sep 2016 — 25th Sep 2016

International delegates gather for festivals of new work by disabled artists

The Unlimited Festivals in London and Glasgow premiere cutting-edge work by Deaf and disabled artists

1st Sep 2016 — 9th Sep 2016

Watch our live stream of Forced Entertainment’s Complete Works

On 1-9 September, we host an extraordinary retelling of every Shakespeare play ever written from one of the UK’s most radical theatre companies.

21st Jun 2016 — 4th Dec 2016

Direct your own Shakespeare production

Direct your own production of Romeo and Juliet on our new interactive platform, Mix the Play

10th Mar 2016 — 23rd Apr 2016

Shakespeare brings British and Zambian artists together

UK theatre director Ben Spiller works with Barefeet Theatre in Zambia to create an African Midsummer Night’s Dream

17th Mar 2016 — 13th Apr 2016

Shakespeare Lives in Botswana

Ben Spiller, Gregory Thompson and Natalie Ibu deliver workshops with practitioners from South Africa as part of Shakespeare o a Tshela

25th Feb 2016 — 26th Mar 2016

I See You premieres at the Royal Court

The first Royal Court and Market Theatre co-production is made possible through our support of the Royal Court’s new writing programme in South Africa

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