Saturday 25th November 2pm - 4pm 


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Aarian and Sam from FlawBored will explore tools you can use to generate work that is both innovative and fun, whilst also being accessible. Often access can be an after thought, or feel creatively separate from the rest of the work. By integrating access creatively into your process you are both able to reach wider audiences with your work, whilst also discovering new ways of telling stories.

What story can access tell that suits your show? How do we make it unique for your artistic vision? FlawBored is a multi award winning disability led theatre company who, through their debut show It’s A Motherf**king Pleasure”, have seen huge critical acclaim; creating a show which is both “groundbreaking” and “Form shattering” whilst integrating audio description and captioning into the fabric of the piece. 

About this activity 

Event type: Workshop.

Age guidance: This activity is suitable for all ages.

Content warning: None.

Duration: This activity is 120 minutes long. 

Interval: This activity has an interval. 

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


During this workshop there will be accessible language and physical demonstrations.

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 London

Access at Theatre Deli’s London venue including level access throughout, a dedicated calm room  and accessible toilets. Read Theatre Deli’s London venue Accessibility guide here.  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 FlawBored

FlawBored is a multi award winning disability-led Theatre Company, co-founded by Samuel Brewer, Aarian Mehrabani and Chloe Palmer. Together with director Josh Roche, they create irreverent productions which aim to address complex and uncomfortable issues around identity which no one has the answers to. Flawbored’s work treads right along the razor thin line of conversations around identity that feel difficult, taboo or awkward to talk about. Given the lived experience of the group (Sam and Aarian are both blind), these conversations tend to use disability as a gateway into these conversations.

Twitter: @flawbored

Instagram: @flawbored_

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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