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Creating Face Blind Friendly Theatre

Faceless Productions London
Saturday 13 November 2021 11am - 4pm
Helen Martin Studio
Need to know

There will be a break for lunch at around 1pm.


5 hours

Recommended Age:
Suitable for All

Faceless Productions is looking to develop a new methodology and industry practice for how the theatre sector can implement and ensure that theatrical productions and its processes are inclusive and accessible to creatives and audience members with face blindness (prosopagnosia).

We are looking for 30 creatives with face blindness to join us at Warwick Arts Centre on Saturday 13th November from 11am-4pm to take part. The workshop is free of charge and will involve group discussions, short talks and a chance to meet other creatives with face blindness. 

The workshop will be run by the director of Faceless Productions, Emily Smart. Emily, who has face blindness, is currently completing her final year of undergraduate study at the University of Warwick. This workshop will contribute towards her dissertation, which focuses on developing an industry practice for creating accessible theatre for the face blind community. 


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