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Free creative theatre masterclass in Cambridge

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There is going to be a two-day festival of disability arts at Cambridge Junction called  I'm Here, Where Are You? on 26th and 27th April. It is a celebration of disability arts across the East region. The two-day festival will showcase live performances, comedy, exhibitions, discussions and a podcast recording.

Previous to that, they are running some free workshops around the east of England. 

"The first one is in Cambridge led by director Rachel Baghshaw, this workshop is for anyone who identifies as having a disability, and those who are interested in embedding access into the creative aims of a show.

The workshop will explore how to devise work from a personal starting point. We will play with how the subject matter can inform form and content, and how to create impact on an audience. The session will also touch on how access can be inbuilt and integral to the creative aims of a show."

Tickets are free, but you do need to register beforehand, if you are interested, then head over to the Junction website now.

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