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  • Sheffield Theatres' Launchpad Project Returns

    The Launchpad Project, designed to help adults with learning disabilities and/or autism develop skills in drama and performance, is back and looking for new recruits. Organised by Sheffield Theatres, it gives participants the opportunity to work with professionals to develop their performance skills and devise a performance all of their own. Auditions this year are on Thursday 28th March, and the deadline for applications is Friday 1st February .

  • Film4 Seeking Deaf Woman to Play Lead Role

    A casting company for film and television is looking for a Deaf woman aged 18-35 years from the UK to play the lead role in a Film4 commissioned short film. No previous acting experience is necessary.

  • Modelling Opportunities with Zebedee Management

    Zebedee Management are a new organisation that hope to increase the representation of people with disabilities within fashion, media and the arts in the belief that they should have the same opportunities as ‘mainstream’ artists.

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