We are proud that Vital Xposure's Artistic Director, Julie McNamara has been awarded a Miegunyah Distinguished Visiting Fellowship at the University of Melbourne for 2019. Julie Mc has continued her research into disability-led theatre-making…
We are seeking enthusiastic and dynamic individuals to join our Board of Trustees and support the company through the next stage of development.
We would like to recruit 2-3 new Trustees with a range of skills and experience that meet the…
Following a sold-out UK tour, The Butch Monologues hit the road again, this time in Australia!
First stop was Melbourne's Midsumma Festival (27th January - 3rd February 2019) and then Sydney's Mardi Gras (23rd February - 1st March 2019).
A little over a year ago a fire destroyed our storage unit and all its contents. Ten years of our work along with our replica of Pullen’s Giant puppet went up in flames. But like the Pheonix we've risen from the ashes to rebuild yet another…
Early in September we held an extraordinary week-long creative laboratory exploring fresh ways of layering access modes into theatre-making.
We worked with award-winning playwright and radical theatre artist Lachlan Philpot, CEO of Playwright…
In April 2018 we worked with writer and poet, Omikemi, on a research and development theatre piece exploring race, disability and medical history. Our team included a remarkable array of talented creatives and BSL interpeters led by our…
This week our Artistic Director Julie McNamara is in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to talk about the work of Vital Xposure and deliver a key note speech at the Disability Arts Symposium 2017.
Tune in to the LIVE STREAMING on 6, 7, and 8 April
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The Lancet: Exceptional and extraordinary artists
JUN 04 2016
When he attended a school for deaf children in the 1970s Mark Smith had to use sign language in secret to communicate with his friends. At the time, he had no idea why sign…
Article by Russel Parton
First published on East End Review and Hackney Citizens, 24 August 2016
Inspired by the tragic story of war reporter Dorothy Lawrence, Blue Pen looks at the lives of women journalists whose voices have been silenced
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