Teatro La Plaza: Hamlet

Teatro La Plaza: Hamlet

Festival

Accessibility: wheelchair accessible About the show A group of people with Down syndrome take the stage to share their desires and frustrations through a free version of Hamlet. The play is built between Shakespeare’s text and the actors lives and takes as a starting point the question he asks us about existence. To

What’s new in Europe Beyond Access II?

Opinion
March 1, 2024

Following the announcement that Europe Beyond Access has secured Creative Europe funding for a further four years, Project Director, Ben Evans explains what was learnt from the first iteration and what changes will be made. Moby Dick, Chiara Bersani/Danskompaniet Spinn. Image: Simone Cargnoni Late last year, it was confirmed that Europe Beyond

ZAMEK Culture Centre

Partner

Website: ZAMEK Culture Center The partnership of ZAMEK Culture Centre in second generation of Europe Beyond Access makes it possible to expand on the idea we have pursued for years, namely equality on stage, and do so on a much larger scale. It paves the way for Polish artists with disabilities

Patrycja Jarosińska 

Patrycja Jarosińska 

Artist

Patrycja Jarosińska – dancer, actor, teacher, a deaf person. Patrycja has acted in “Wojna w niebie” (dir. Dominika Feiglewicz, stage movement/directing cooperation. Katarzyna Anna Małachowska, Cricoteka, 2018), which won an award at the Best Off festival for independent theatre. She also danced in a show at the Holland Dance Festival (dir. Marc

Daniel Kotowski

Daniel Kotowski

Artist

I am an indicator of incompleteness, inconsistent with the norm, because I am Deaf and I do not use phonic speech. Talking about incompleteness and completeness in the existential dimension, I analyse their potential. I am either considering the possibility of fulfilling expectations of completeness or protesting against it. I am

Europe Beyond Access introduces… Tatiana Cholewa (Poland)

Film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5mCS7MlyZg8 This is our new short film introducing dancer Tatiana Cholewa and her creative practice. She has taken part in many projects organised and supported by Europe Beyond Access, including an international artistic laboratory in Maastricht with Holland Dance Festival, laboratories with Marc Brew in Bytom and with the Institute of

Polish disabled artists takeover Warsaw’s streets with ‘I am an Artist’ campaign

Case Study

Jestem Artysta (I am an artist) is a campaign commissioned by the British Council in collaboration with six professional Polish disabled artists. The campaign took over billboards, huge display screens and public spaces with images of disabled dancers, choreographers, theatre directors and performers in Warsaw's busiest locations. There was also a wide-reaching

Teatr 21

Teatr 21

Artist

Teatr 21 is a theater group whose actors are mainly people with Down syndrome and autism. During the 15 years of his activity he has created over a dozen performances presented in theaters and institutions throughout Poland. The group performed at national (e.g. Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, Kraków) and foreign festivals

Tatiana Cholewa

Tatiana Cholewa

Artist

Tatiana Cholewa is a dancer and choreographer from Poland. She has taken part in many projects organised and supported by Europe Beyond Access, including an international artistic laboratory in Maastricht with Holland Dance Festival, laboratories with Marc Brew in Bytom and with the Institute of Music and Dance at the

Filip Pawlak

Filip Pawlak

Artist

Filip Pawlak (born 1994) producer, performer, social debater. A queer person with a hand disability. A graduate of the Film School in Katowice (film production), the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (mediation of contemporary art), postgraduate in Art History at Collegium Civitas, participant of the Erasmus program at SZFE