Associate Artists

We assist visually impaired artists develop and launch their own projects

Two drag performers on stage. Right, a white woman with black bowler hat, a long pink feather boa and black suit jacket. The performer on the left is reaching up to the boa.

Unsightly Drag

A white drag king wearing a shiny bronze suit, eyes wide, and talking on a microphone

October 18th 7.30pm

Quiplash and Extant theatre present… Unsightly Drag! Come watch blind and visually impaired people from across the LGBTQIA spectrum take small steps and giant leaps into gender bending fabulousness.

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The Man Who Saw Backwards

A white man with tied back ginger hair sits on a chair leaning towards a black woman who is reaching out her arm and touching his face. Behind them is a white man with short dark hair who is making noises with a keyboard, and metal cups. To the left of the image stand two white women, the one with dark hair is whispering in the ear of the one with light blonde hair.

2018

The Man Who Saw Backwards In 2018 Extant supported visually impaired actor Esther Elliott with her first-time writing project, by providing a week of research and development time in a venue with a professional, visually impaired cast, and directing consultation by Maria Oshodi. Esther’s take on Shakespeare’s King Lear relocated much of the action to […]

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Catching the Ghost

A close up shot of two white men standing facing each other. One wears a long silver tinsel wig and the other looks at him, with a confused expression.

May 2017

Originally commissioned as a piece for Guide Dogs week last year, we developed and produced Chris Campion’s show CATCHING THE GHOST for Wandsworth and Brighton fringe festivals in May 2017.

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