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Find out more about Lear/Cordelia at 1623theatre.co.uk/learcordelia
1623 is inviting people living with dementia, their carers, families and friends to a dementia-friendly performance of Lear/Cordelia and to take part in workshops based on the production.
Birmingham REP Foundry graduate Farrah Chaudhry offers an insight into the process of writing Cordelia, half of our double-bill Lear/Cordelia that brings together Shakespeare and new writing.
Sam Thorogood graduated from the University of Warwick this summer. He joins us as production assistant for Lear/Cordelia and shares his thoughts here on the process of producing a show.
Kate Wood, a theatre graduate from the University of Derby, is assistant director on our major new production Lear/Cordelia. This is her rehearsal diary.
We're delighted to announce that the teaser trailer for Lear/Cordelia - our major new production that explores dementia through Shakespeare and new writing - has been released.
* BSL-interpreted performance
** Dementia-friendly performance
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