Graeae Theatre Company

Cast announced for Graeae's Reasons to be Cheerful
The production returns after tours in 2010 and 2012
Review: The Who's Tommy (Birmingham Repertory Theatre)
By Diane Parkes
Kerry Michael directs the second production as part of the Ramps on the Moon project
Mat Fraser: 'Theatres who don't employ disabled people should be ashamed'
As he steps into the shoes of Shakespeare's evil king, actor Mat Fraser talks jamming with Coldplay, disabled theatre and performing "Spasticus Autisticus" for the Queen
Winners of the Tonic Awards for women in theatre announced
The inaugural awards celebrate the achievements of game-changing women
David Toole: I incorporated tricks I used around the house into my dance
By David Toole
The disabled dancer David Toole reflects back over his 25 year career and how he came to be working on his latest piece with Stopgap Dance Company
Review: The House of Bernarda Alba (Manchester Royal Exchange)
Lorca's play is staged by Graeae artistic director Jenny Sealey
Jenny Sealey: People are fearful of difference
The artistic director of disability-led theatre company Graeae on her life in theatre, directing the 2012 Paralympic Opening Ceremony and the company's latest hit The Solid Life of Sugar Water
The Solid Life of Sugar Water (The Drum, Plymouth)
Jack Thorne's award-winning play returns to Plymouth ahead of a UK tour