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Climate Change Double Bill at Lister Park, Bradford

As part of Bradford’s Summer Unlocked programme, Mind the Gap will be presenting two free family friendly pop-up performances in Lister Park, Bradford on Sunday 19 and Monday 20 September.

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Reclaiming Our Space

After a year of dancing in our bedrooms, kitchens and living rooms, when we safely returned to our purpose-built studios, we had to re-learn how to be in the space together again.

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Mind the Gap Social Club

10 weeks of new things to do… from home this summer! Mind the Gap is running a free summer social club for adults with learning disabilities and autism from Bradford.

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Making Anna Online

“In spite of the challenges we faced, both inside and outside of the Studio, this production has been a joy to make”

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New Performance Academy Programme

“The new programme will replace the current four-day per week Performance Academy course with a more structured and rounded package.”

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Mind the Gap to receive £33,915 award from second round of Government’s Culture Recovery Fund

Mind the Gap in Bradford has received a grant of £33,915 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.

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Funding for new Mind the Gap Social Club

Mind the Gap has received £9,600 funding from National Lottery Awards for All for a new project called Mind the Gap Social Club.

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Associate Artist Bee Skivington talks about Supported Work Placements

Since September 2019, Mind the Gap has been running Supported Work Placements for six Artists with learning disabilities.

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Creative Doodle Book Update

The Creative Doodle Book is like one of those little stars that comes along and shines brightly just when we need it.

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