Sharing Stages in inclusive theatre

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Sharing Stages in inclusive theatre

It is Chickenshed’s way of celebrating the many creative partners of the past, present and future by bringing to the stage a range of collaborative pieces.

Sharing Stages is a production that is built on valuing the contribution of each individual towards a collective whole. 

With more than 400 performers taking part, Sharing Stages will be the company's biggest production.

It is a collabourative effort with their creative partners, Amnesty International, Brit School, Barnardos, young Minds, Lou Stein, James Finnemore, Hippana Theatre, The British DJ and MC Academy, Elaine Simpson and Boarder Crossings.

We caught them for a rehearsal before the opening night.

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