The partner venues for Breaking the Box: Ffwrnes Theatr, The Park and Dare & Pontio, the word Grow is written top right and colourful tittles (the dot of an i) are dotted around

Breaking the Box: Industry Sharing Day

What is Breaking the Box?

We were awarded funding from the Arts Council Wales innovative Connect & Flourish fund to develop a network of inclusive, accessible venues in Wales that are confident and supported in welcoming diverse artists, backstage crew and administrators, as well as audiences.

Taking Flight Theatre Company worked with Theatrau Sir Gar, Pontio, RCT Theatres, hynt and freelance partners on Breaking the Box, a project that offered training and support for an emerging Deaf and disabled theatre workforce and encouraged inbuilding future roles for Deaf and disabled creatives to Wales’ venues.

Identifying a benchmark for Wales in terms of where we’re at with inclusive practice & access, this project aimed to reimagine the creative workforce.

Why come to the Industry Sharing Day?

We were really hoping that Breaking the Box would be a game-changer. Come along to the Ffwrnes in Llanelli to find out what we learned, what our next steps are going to be (plot spoiler: there’s more to come) and what lessons you can take away from the project to put into practice in your own venue, producing company, freelance practice or cultural organisation.

Taking Flight Logo

Taking Flight Theatre
Chapter Arts Centre
Market Rd
Canton, Cardiff, CF5 1QE
029 2023 0020

Youth Theatre meets at:

University of South Wales
86-88 Adam St
Cardiff CF24 2FN

Members of:

A selection of logos: WCVA, Tempo, Creu Cymru, TYA Cymru, Outdoor Arts UK, The Cardiff Committment and Passport to the City



Support Taking Flight  with your generous donation. You can donate securely through our website (below) or send a cheque, payable to Taking Flight Theatre. (If you are a UK taxpayer, please click the Gift Aid option when donating online).

English (UK)
Sgipiwch i'r cynnwys