RUMI NIGHTS & WORKSHOP
RUMI NIGHTS AND A WORKSHOP
STET is happy to announce two exclusive nights and a workshop organised by the Dutch International Storytelling Centre (DISC) hosted by the master of storytelling Ashley Ramsden.
Charity 2019: STET NO LIMITS!
In April 2020 STET will be showing “Louder is Not Always Clearer” by deaf actor Jonny Cotsen. And on May, 17 this will be followed by a Theatrical Symposium in Theater aan het Spui The Hague, with a performance of the Bareface Collective from London, a keynote by Robert Softley Gale of Birds of Paradise, a disability led company from Glasgow and a panel of experts. Add it to your diaries already!
ACCESSIBILITY for ALL
To make these performances accessible to all, we like to provide sign interpreters and blind interpreters for those audience members who may otherwise not be able to follow the shows. We need to raise funds to make this happen!!
We like to call upon you our audience to support this cause by donating generously either in the RED BOXES provided during the shows of A Christmas Carol
OR DONATE by following this link…
In the past, STET has succesfully raised funds for charities like the Spierfonds, the Walkabout Foundation and Create Bridges. Please join us once again to create accessibility for all!
Thank you for your support!