MONSTERS, MAVERICKS, MOTHERS_ Funded by Arts Council England DYSPLA curated and directed a week long extravaganza of dyslexic storymaking at the Camden People’s Theatre.

The project included 5 live performances and 3 films; Y&P in the upstairs space and Whispering Theatre in the basement space.
“an explosion of light, colour and sound…” – views from the gods

“…experience some truly cutting-edge performance.” – Disability Arts Online 

“…a very intense experience” – LondonTheatre1

“Dyspla Arts festival: All the right letters…” – BBC Ouch

***** “DYSPLA has returned with vigor and triumphant to the West End” – femalearts, Five Stars Review

For further information about this and all future DYSPLA projects, please contact us.

Whispering Theatre_ we constructed a maze-like structure in the basement of the Camden People’s Theatre for the audience to explore and seek out the intimate performances. 
Lennie Varvarides (Artistic Director/Festival Producer)
Kazimir Bielecki (Artistic Director)
Eleanor Wdowski (Set Designer)
Rachel Creeger (Production Manager)
Camille Lesaffre (Theatre Tech)
Alexia Morris (MUA)
Sam Barclay (Festival Flyer Designer)

Chryssanthi Kouri (Director for Hidden and Director, Be Loud)
Gary Thomas (Writer for Hidden and Director for Mirrors)
Caglar Kimyoncu (Director, Maverick, Mother, or Monster)
Melanie Hunter (Writer, Be Loud)
Peter Shaw (Writer, Mirrors)
Kellee Farr (Writer, Maverick, Mother, or Monster)

Sunday Children’s Workshop & Presentation_consisted of a rehearsal and a presentation of Pinter’s The Caretaker by dyslexic children of mixed ages and abilities who are enthusiastic about the performing arts. The workshop focused on script reading, cold reading, and rehearsed reading using performing arts techniques.  At the end of the workshop, parents were invited to watch the performance. The positive response was overwhelming.

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