STET No Limits – Symposium
17th May, 14:00
“From invisible, to visible, to invisible”
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE SYMPOSIUM STET NO LIMITS IS POSTPONED UNTIL 2021
FOLLOWING ADVICE OF THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT ON THE COVID-19 SITUATION
A Call To Action
British theatre recently has made leaps of progression for increasing diversity in theatre. In playhouses and festival across the country there is a wide variety of performances with actors with various disabilities and catered towards disabled audiences. As a matter of policy many UK theatres now provide an inclusive programme for all with relaxed performances.
As the only fully English-language theatre in the Netherlands, STET hopes to inspire Dutch practice and performers, companies and Drama Schools into adopting more pro-active policies to include artistic work of performers of all abilities.
Therefore we have organised our STET NO LIMITS – A Call to Action Season. This symposium aims to both create a greater awareness of the role of impaired artists in theatre and create a greater awareness of how to implement policies to better cater to disabilities and encourage disabled audience members.
14:00 Welcome note from Elske van Holk, general director of STET The English Theatre
14:05 Official opening of STET NO LIMITS by Sir Peter Wilson, Ambassador to the United Kingdom in the Netherlands
14:15 Performance of Fix Us by BareFace Collective
15:15 Second half opening by Marc de Hond
15:20 Keynote speech from Robert Softley Gale of Birds of Paradise
15:40 Panel discussion with performers, activists and producers
** Programme subject to small changes