STET No Limits – Symposium

28th February, 14:00

“From invisible, to visible, to invisible”

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THE SYMPOSIUM STET NO LIMITS IS POSTPONED TO 28 FEBRUARY
FOLLOWING ADVICE OF THE DUTCH GOVERNMENT ON THE COVID-19 SITUATION

MARC DE HOND
21/09/1977 – 3/06/2020

It is with great sadness we received the news that our moderator Marc de Hond has passed away. He had been ill for quite a while but remained a beacon of positivity and optimism. We will miss him sorely and wish his wife and two young children strength and peace in this sad moment. We can only honour him in continuing our mission to support and engage with artists with disabilities in the
STET NO LIMITS programme

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.

Dates, Venues & Tickets

Location

Zaal 2, Theater aan het Spui, The Hague

Ticketshop

To make the symposium as accessible as possible we have three types tickets available. Please feel welcome to choose whichever ticket price you feel that you can comfortably contribute.

All tickets give access to the full symposium and a performance of Fix Us by Bareface Collective

Book your tickets online here

Programme information and panel participants will be released closer to the date of the symposium

A Call To Action

If you’d like to support us in our goal to make theatre more accessible please follow this QR code to donate an amount of your choice