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Are you a performing arts organisation looking to make the next move to embedding disability equality and anti-ableism?

Thanks to funding from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, we have places available on our 2025-2025 cohort of performing arts organisations; working to enrich the stories they tell by elevating the place of disabled people in the mainstream sector.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with us alongside peers in the sector looking to make meaningful organisational change and lead the way in disability equality and anti-ableism.

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Don't take our word for it

City of London Sinfonia have already signed up and Rowan Rutter, CEO, says:

Village Idiot - Credit Marc Brenner
"Being part of this cohort marks a step-change for CLS. It’s not a one-off project, it’s a commitment to learning, change, challenge, transparency and collaboration. I didn’t wait for us to be invited in, I asked if we could join, because it felt too important an opportunity for us to miss. It’s that energy of making sure we’re part of something, which we want to discover how to extend to people we haven’t worked with before, audiences we haven’t reached before and stories we haven’t told before.

Ramps on the Moon is the gold-standard, and we’re delighted to be part of their next cohort."
Rowan Rutter, CEO City of London Sinfonia
Rowan Rutter
CEO, City of London Sinfonia

And Ramps founding partners can attest to the transformative work we do. James Brining, Artistic Director / CEO at Leeds Playhouse says:

A group of people dressed in poor, raggedy, Victorian-era clothing huddle together and look out towards the audience and camera, signing in BSL as they stand in a dim, cold light. On a screen behind them, the word 'Imagine' almost glows in a cool blue colour.
“Ramps on the Moon has had a tremendous impact on British Theatre as well as Leeds Playhouse. Having been at those early meetings where the project was being developed and witnessing the range of ways the project has supported, impacted and transformed both practice and thinking in our theatre has been truly inspirational.

It’s been a privilege to be involved and to benefit from the skill, experience and solidarity that Ramps on the Moon affords. This is vital work and it’s exciting to see how the next chapter unfolds.”
James Brining Headshot
James Brining
Artistic Director/CEO Leeds Playhouse

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