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house training: an introduction to inclusive theatre


Monday, 29 April 2019 from 10:00 to 12:30 (BST)

house training: an introduction to inclusive theatre

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This session will discuss how theatre-makers can be mindful of inclusion from the start of the creation process, avoiding last minute and often ineffective ‘add-ons’. Sarah Pickthall will explore the importance of building accessibility, inclusion and audience into the development of work and will focus on a few examples of high-quality inclusive theatre practice. The session will include:

  • What is inclusive theatre and what’s stopping you from making it
  • Ideas and forms and funding inclusion accessibility – Creative Case in the making
  • Developing new audiences and ambassadors to champion your inclusive moves
  • What to expect from venues presenting your shows
  • Innovations, technology and best practice in making inclusive work
  • Mini-manifestos and getting your board on board
  • Where to go from now – further research and resources

Sarah has focused her UK and international arts practice on disability and diversity as a call for innovation, representation and inclusion. Sarah has a wealth of experience as a consultant, producer and dramaturge, and supports artists in the creation of inclusive arts projects and performances that challenge and change people's thinking and practice. Sarah was part of the team developing Creative Case for Diversity at Arts Council England.


The Curve is fully accessible for everyone. Training will take place in The Gallery. The building has Slough first Adult Changing Place. 

If you have any additional access requirements, including if you require a Personal Assistant or carer ticket, or BSL interpreter, please let us know at when booking. Alternatively, you can get in touch with The Curve team for direct enquiries about the space or visit their website: 

This session is part of a series of half day training opportunities from house. house is delivered by Farnham Maltings and is funded by Arts Council England.


The Curve is located approximately a five minute walk from Slough rail station.

Please note there is no on-site car parking available at The Curve. Public car parks nearby include Queensmere, Burlington, Herschel and Buckingham Gardens, parking here will be charged at the usual rate. 

The Curve has one disabled parking space.  If visitors attending wish to use the onsite disabled bay and it is available, please contact the onsite Facilities Officer to arrange access on 07850 067119.

There are designated disabled parking spaces nearby: on the High Street, outside MyCouncil and High Street West (opposite where the old library used to be). Unlimited parking is permitted in Pay & Display bays. 

More events:

house training: touring to regional venues

1pm – 6pm, 29 April 2019, The Curve, Slough


Arts Council England Funding Seminar

10am - 12.30pm, 30 April 2019, The Curve, Slough


house training: marketing for artists and companies

1pm - 5pm, 30 April 2019, The Curve, Slough

Do you have questions about house training: an introduction to inclusive theatre? Contact house

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The Curve Slough
William Street
SL1 1XY Slough
United Kingdom

Monday, 29 April 2019 from 10:00 to 12:30 (BST)

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house is a programme supported by Arts Council England designed to meet the ambitions of venues to increase audiences and improve the range, quality and scale of theatre presented across South East and East England.

house is delivered by Farnham Maltings, and steered by a group of regional programmers and producers. 

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