We are committed to enabling and facilitating professional, accessible, ethical and productive working environments.
We recognise that there are barriers to access and that the issue is not the responsibility of marginalised groups or individuals, but created by structures and institutions that have, whether from ignorance or apathy, excluded those groups and individuals.
China Plate endeavours to actively integrate access provision and inclusive practice into our productions and creative environments. We also prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of artists and creative teams. Visit our Artist & Producers page to read our Artist Wellbeing Policy.
The Shape of the Pain by Rachel Bagshaw
Photo © The Other Richard
We want to make sure that everyone can enjoy our shows. For this reason, our programme includes various accessible performances and events:
Below you will find a filtered list of shows with accessible performances. If you have specific access requirements, or require information about building access, please visit the relevant venue or organisation website to get in touch with their box office/event team.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come on a journey through the joyous excesses of Hogarth’s Britain in this anarchic, ingenious and irreverent new musical.
A short film about love, isolation and living with chronic pain. Commissioned as part of BBC Arts Culture in Quarantine.