Organisations and artists we have links with:

Access All Areas - Theatre company for people with learning disabilities based in Hackney, London.

Age UK - The UK's largest charity working with and for older people, formed from Age Concern and Help the Aged.

Alzheimer's Society - A membership organisation working to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia. - PR Agency - a network of people who use their unrivaled experience and smart thinking to impact public perception and awareness.

Capital Age Festival - London’s Senior Arts Festival made by and with older people.

Carnegie UK Trust - Investigates areas of public concern to influence policy and practice, in the interest of democracy, civil society and social justice.

Carousel - Works to promote the active involvement of people with a learning disability in the arts, teaching new artistic skills and developing existing talents.

Celebrations Theatrical Group - A group of people with learning disabilities who perform musical and theatrical shows at events and fundraising concerts. 

Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London

Certitude - Provides personalised support for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.

Corali - A performance company that creates and tours original performances made in collaboration with performers, dancers and artists that have learning disabilities and those that do not.

Emergency Exit Arts - Creates unforgettable events and participatory experiences using visual performance, processions, puppetry, music and pyrotechnics.

Goldsmiths University of London

Graeae Theatre Company - A force for change in world-class theatre, breaking down barriers, challenging preconceptions and boldly placing disabled artists centre stage.

Gwanwyn - The Gwanwyn Festival is a month long national festival held across Wales celebrating creativity in older age.

Heart 'n' Soul - Gives a voice to learning disability culture.

Hjinx Theatre - Creates high quality theatre for small communities throughout Wales and England including adults with learning disabilities.

Independent Theatre Council - the management association and industry lead body for performing arts organisations and individuals working in theatre.

Luminate - Scotland's creative ageing festival celebrating creativity as we age.

MENCAP - works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.

Nightingale House - A home providing holistic quality care for older members of the Jewish community.

New Diorama Theatre - An 80 seat venue located in central London, dedicated to presenting the work of theatre companies and artistic collectives within a variety of arts disciplines.

PAL (Participatory Arts London) - A collective voice for people that design, produce and facilitate participatory arts in London.

Quantum Care - Specialist care for the older person.

Redbridge Drama Centre - Part of Redbridge Children's Services, works with young people aged 5-21.

Roundhouse - Camden based venue home to a bold and exciting programme of live music, theatre, dance, circus, installations and new media.

Tara Arts - Positioned between East and West, champions creative diversity through the production, promotion and development of world class, cross-cultural theatre.

The Albany - a performing arts centre driven by the cultural diversity and creative mix of South East London.

The London Hub - artists that express the vibrancy of London's multiple cultures in a variety of spaces and theatres.

Unclassified Arts - Concentrates on access to arts provision in the community.

Uniting Friends - Providing opportunities for people to take part in social activities which express their unique identities and develop their skills to reach their potential in the wider community.

Watermans - Provides cultural opportunities for people in West London.

Wellcome Trust - Supports biomedical research and medical humanities to achieve extraordinary improvements in human and animal health.

What Next? - A movement bringing together arts and cultural organisations from across the UK, to articulate and strengthen the role of culture in our society.