Tuesday 9th November 3pm - 4pm 

Sheffield and online

All online links will be sent half an hour before the start time

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Cards for Inclusion is a card game helping those in the arts sector by exploring how barriers can be removed, and how we all can make what we offer more accessible to disabled people. We will play a guided game of cards for inclusion so people can start to understand the social model. We will play the game with a forward thinking approach looking at barriers in society, what ways can individuals and organisations problem solve access both now and in the future, what gaps are there in the game? We will have prompt questions around the space (on flip chart paper) for people to add to during the session as well as before and after if they are playing the game.

Encouraging audiences, artists and staff to wear masks and take a test prior to attending in person events if they are able to



About this activity

Event type: Workshop

Age guidance: This activity is recommended for ages 16+.  

Content warning: This activity does not contain strong themes but we want to keep the conversation tailored to adults.

Duration: This activity is 60 minutes long. 

Interval: This activity does not have an interval. 

Pre/post event activity: This activity does not have a post show discussion.

Tickets: This workshop is free. Tickets are available through Eventbrite. 


All workshops and performances in the Social Model…& More Festival will include:

  • In person BSL interpretation 

  • In person level access and accessible toilets 

  • In person dedicated calm room

  • The option to attend online

  • Online performances will include BSL interpretation and captioning. 

Access at Theatre Deli Sheffield

Access at Theatre Deli’s Sheffield venue includes level access throughout, a dedicated calm room, a hearing loop and accessible toilets. If you have any specific access requirements you would like us to be aware of, please email [email protected]

Covid 19

Please note that we have taken the following precautions to protect audiences from the spread of Covid-19:

  • Reduced capacity for all in person events
  • Provided online options for all events
  • Encouraging audiences, artists and staff to wear masks to in person events if they are able to

Find out more about Unlimited 

Ellie is a northern soul with her feet now in the south. She works as a Programme Manager for Unlimited (the world’s largest commissioner of disabled artist) and holds overall responsibility for partnerships, artists development and showcasing – enabling as many Unlimited artists as possible to reach audiences both nationally and internationally. Alongside her work with Unlimited she is an Access and Inclusion Advisor, Creative Facilitator and Mentor.


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The Social Model…& More Festival 

Taking place across Theatre Deli's Sheffield and London venues in November 2023, the festival, which has been curated by artist Caroline Mawer, explores new perspectives on disability and the relationship between disabled people and the world around them.

Find out more about The Social Model…& More Festival here

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