Fittings Multimedia Arts

Fittings is a disability led national organisation that makes popular theatre characterised by directness, comedy, music, emotion and immediacy working with material, performers and artists that reflect the Uk's diverse cultures. Fittings work is based on new writing and fuses different styles of storytelling, visual and tactile artworks, music, dance, narrative and physical theatre, film, puppetry and sign language to make work based on hidden histories.

Fittings work is accessible and relevant to audiences from diverse communities, ages and educational backgrounds. It is presented in a variety of settings and is accompanied by workshops, outreach programmes and digital content.

  • Photo by Joel Fildes

    Edmund the Learned Pig

  • Photo by Joel Fildes

    Edmund the Learned Pig - Full Cast

Contact details

Adrian Turrell-Watts
General Manager

Fittings Multimedia Arts
The Bluecoat
School Lane
Liverpool L1 3BX
United Kingdom


Trailer for Edmund the Learned Pig

At The Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester


Edmund the Learned Pig

Duration: 105 minutes (including 15 minute interval)
Number of people on road: 10
Freight: Freight necessary

Freight details:

Information to be confirmed


A play for children aged 8+ and their families using sign language, puppets, aerial-circus, deaf storytelling techniques, music and song. A co-production with Krazy Kat Theatre and The Royal Exchange Manchester featuring new songs by Martyn Jacques of The Tiger Lillies and a cast of deaf and disabled performers. 

Extra information

For theatres with ideal playing space of 12m wide x 9 meters deep x 7 meters high.

Wrap-around work

Fittings Multimedia Arts provides workshops and residencies to young people and adults of all backgrounds and abilities, including those in formal education, day centres and organisations. We cover practical performance skills and will devise workshops to meet the needs and desires of organisations.

We work with groups of 15-20 per workshop.

We also offer residencies, post-performance discussions and masterclasses based around the themes of individual shows or in relation to general disability arts practice.