Actress Steph Back, who is Deaf, supported on stage in First Three Drops sby creative enabler Isabela Colby Browne

Creative Enabler Training

Creative Enabler Training

Taking Flight & Hijinx are working together to deliver Creative Enabler training in Cardiff from 26th February.

The concept of a ‘Creative Enabler’ was born out of Graeae Theatre Company’s work and refers to someone who facilitates Deaf/Blind/disabled or neurodivergent artists to carry out their creative practice. A ‘Creative Enabler’ helps to fill in a gap in provision and address inequality that Deaf/Blind/disabled or neurodivergent artists  may experience while working. Through the Creative Enabler, the artist can maintain their autonomy and feel supported in getting their needs met throughout the rehearsal and production process.

The training includes our intensive Deaf, Blind & disability awareness training.

This is a paid training opportunity and places are very limited. 

The training will take place in central Cardiff from 26th February to 1st March and you must be available to attend all five days training.

To apply please send your CV and either a cover note, short video or voice recording to by 9th February.

Selection will take place via a workshop to be held in Cardiff on 15th February. (Please note date change!)

If you have any questions about this training, or about access please do not hesitate to get in touch with

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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



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