A resource for practitioners working at the intersection of arts and social transformation.
Creative Lives works with communities, organisations, policy-makers, funders and creative individuals as a voice for positive change, to improve and expand the landscape in which creative participation can take place. It hosts art-form specific networks, including Theatre.
This academic text explores the process of making contemporary performance in social contexts. Nicola Shaughnessy, 2012.
This is the first scholarly book to focus exclusively on theatre and learning disability as theatre, rather than advocacy or therapy and realigns the - hitherto unvoiced - assumptions that underpin such practice and proposes that learning disabled artists have earned the right to full critical review. Matt Hargrave, 2015.
This edited collection gathers together leading voices in theatre and performance studies to debate the politics of participation and find points of connection across a range of performative forms including community theatre, live art, applied theatre, one-to-one performance and marathon running. Anna Harpin & Helen Nicholson, 2017