Disability and…Pantomimes

This month on the Disability and… podcast, Mind The Gap’s Associate Producer Paul Wilshaw chats with writer and actor Chris Hannon who for the past 13 years has been the Dame in the Wakefield Theatres panto.

On the left, an image of Chris Hannon a white middle-aged male dressed as a dame. He is wearing a purple hat that has a cake on top, and a big purple and pink dress that has a gingerbread man on it. On the right, Paul Wilshaw smiles at the camera, he has brown curly hair and is wearing a blue Hawaiian shirt.

In their discussion, they talk about the representation of disability in pantomimes and how Chris makes pantos more inclusive.

The transcript of episode 54 is available to download here.

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The Disability and…Podcast is edited by Ian Rattray for Clear Voice Enterprises, experts in accessible audio.

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