Mind the Gap is England's largest learning disability theatre company. It creates work with learning disabled and non-disabled artists in partnership for UK and international audiences. Based in Bradford, the company also provides training using a diverse range of theatre techniques, outreach activities and workshops for artists, students businesses, public services and third sector organisations. Our investment supports its core activities, and sustains the range and quality of Mind the Gap’s work and the new capital development.
Paul Wilshaw - Zombies in Bradford
Full Time Making Theatre students had just six days to create a movie trailer. They had to come up with a concept, directit, film it and edit it together. This is Paul Wilshaw's movie trailer for Zombies in Bradford. Paul moved up from Dorset to join the course in October this year. Great work Paul!
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As part of our Silver Challenge, Tim Wheeler will have our company logo tattooed somewhere on his body, the more money he raises, the higher up it will go.
Food For Thought - The Creative Case For Diversity
The Yorkshire region has many ingredients, many foods –sweet and savoury, basic and refined, popularist and rare. They are all flavourful.
The Arts Council England’s Creative Case approach requires us to use our ingredients in new ways – putting different ingredients centre stage, combining them in new formations, both expected and unexpected.
Food for Thought gave us the space to do this.
It gave us time to come together, over food, to discuss and deepen our knowledge, our opinions and our perspectives around the creative case, around diversity and difference, around the arts in Yorkshire and beyond.
What is the creative case for diversity?
IMMOVABLE Barnsley 2012
In May 2012 a giant stone block was placed in the middle of Barnsley, England
No explanation was given or trace left except a week of CCTV footage
One word was etched onto the block's surface...
Chris and the pirates find a chest in a cave, what could be inside it?
Chris escaped the sharks, but his troubles are far from over.
Help him at www.buzzbnk.org/pirateapp
Chris gets into more trouble!
Chris finds out that his 'friends' are not quite what they seem.
We’ve set sail on an adventure to raise money through crowd-funding, to make a new pirate themed app for mobile phones (Mind-the-G’App!) The app will be fun and free and we’ll use it to spread the word about Mind the Gap. Join cabin boy Chris as he visits the docks seeking adventure on the high seas.
Join us on arrr journey: www.buzzbnk.org/pirateapp
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