stage@leeds is delighted to work with and support a number of organisations through both formal and non-formal partnerships.
stage@leeds is honoured to once again be co-producers of The World Sinophone Drama Competition for Young Playwrights(WSDC).The World Sinophone Drama Competition for Young Playwrights is open to young writers (age 18 to 36) worldwide, It accepts scripts written in either Chinese or English, and seeks to encourage production of new dramatic works that reflect upon global Chinese culture from a variety of perspectives.
Bright Sparks Theatre arts make theatre with Learning Disabled Adults. In addition to working with stage@leeds, Bright Sparks are proud partners of Leeds Institute of Medical Education (University Of Leeds), Aspire CBS, Leep1 (Leeds People First), and Oblong (Woodhouse Community Centre). stage@leeds have been working with Bright Sparks since 2013.
Communication Matters is a UK-wide organisation that supports people of all ages who find it hard to communicate because they have little or no clear speech.
Gi60 (gone in sixty seconds) is the world’s only International One Minute Theatre Festival. Created in 2003 by ScreamingMediaProductions Artistic Director Steve Ansell,