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A red haired white woman in her thirties is sat on the floor throwing red powder paint in the air. She is wearing a white smock and her arms are covered in purple paint

Dancing with Colours

A joyful, sensory and slightly messy(!) new dance performance comes to Bradford this December, created and performed by local artist JoAnne Haines.

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Mind the Gap remains an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation

Mind the Gap continues to be recognised by Arts Council England as a National Portfolio Organisation.

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Lorraine Brown lands three teaching jobs

In spring/summer 2022, Mind the Gap Artist Lorraine Brown undertook her first three supported dance teaching jobs. We caught up with Lorraine to find out what she learnt from the experience.

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An image of a Bolivian man in a red checked shirt and black jeans spreading flour over some dough on the floor. He is brightly lit against a black background.

AJAYU Transitorio at Mind the Gap Studios

A magical multicultural live performance by Yuvel Soria inspired by Bolivia’s Day of the Dead Festival.

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Disability And… Television Successes

This month on the Disability And… podcast, Mind the Gap’s Assistant Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with CBeebies presenter George Webster and Coronation Street’s Alex Warner, Liam Bairstow.

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Manningham Stories

Mind the Gap has received £7,000 funding from the Historic England Place Marker Pilot Project for a new project called Manningham Stories.

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Open Space Opportunities

Mind the Gap’s Open Space programme offers free space to Bradford artists, disabled artists, and people making work with learning disabled and/or autistic creatives at certain times of the year.

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Hannah Harris reflects on her time as Assistant Director

Hannah Harris joined the Leave the Light on for Me creative team as Assistant Director through the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme (RTYDS).

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Funding success for four Mind the Gap Artists

We’re incredibly pleased to announce that four Mind the Gap Artists have been successful in their applications to Arts Council England’s Developing Your Creative Practice (DYCP) fund.

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