RESCHEDULED: Inclusive Working Practice with Nickie Miles-Wildin and Angela Gasparetto
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RESCHEDULED: Inclusive Working Practice with Nickie Miles-Wildin and Angela Gasparetto

This workshop will be focusing on inclusive working practice with physically disabled & non-physically disabled actors/participants. 

Using a mixture of whole-group and small-group exercises, this practical session led by Nickie Miles-Wildin and Angela Gasparetto will focus on the approaches to running an integrated room. A working ethos of openness and sharing, of daring to make a mistake will be encouraged & fostered throughout. 

Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is open to early-, mid-, later-stage facilitators and theatremakers who have experience running a room. Suited to those who don’t yet feel comfortable working in an integrated workroom. 

This workshop is open to Freelance Royalty members only. Click here to find out more about our Freelance Royalty membership and sign up now.

How do I sign up? 
Click here to sign up for a workshop place, the deadline for completing the sign up form is 5pm on Mon 08 Aug. You will hear from us by Wed 10 Aug if you have secured a workshop place. 

How do we select who gets a place? 
Our workshops are intended for specific disciplines and experience-levels. To ensure that everyone attending gets the most out of the workshop, all entrants that meet the intended requirements are entered into a lottery and randomly selected. 


Nickie Miles-Wildin is a theatre director who loves telling stories that are full of hope, connection and community that challenge the structures of ordinary storytelling, reaching audiences that are sometimes excluded from theatre spaces and even stories. Her work challenges the preconceptions around disability and Nickie aims to put those narratives centre stage through her passion in new writing and devising. 

Nickie was previously Joint Artistic Director and CEO of DaDa, and Associate Director at Graeae Theatre Company where she was Head of New Writing. 

In 2014 Nickie co-founded TwoCan, Gloucestershire’s first disabled-led theatre company. 

Recent theatre credits include: Kerbs (Graeae Theatre / Belgrade Theatre), When This Is Over, Cuttin’ It and The Tempest@Abraham Moss (Royal Exchange Theatre), The Iron Man (Graeae / Spark Arts) The Forest of Forgotten Discos (Contact Theatre) 

Online work: Crips Without Constraints Parts One & Two (Graeae), MMXX and ConnectFest (Royal Exchange Theatre) 

Audio: The Night Of The Living Flatpacks (Naked Productions), Ghost Pine (Audible x Lamda) 

Headshot of Nickie Miles-Wildin


Angela is a freelance theatre movement teacher & facilitator and movement director originally from Nova Scotia, Canada and now based in South London, UK.  
At heart a collaborator, Angela has a passion for nurturing new artists, new work & new ways of working that welcomes and celebrates difference and individuality.  

Her training background is wide and includes conservatory acting (Stanislavski), clowning, physical approaches to acting (Grotowski, Linda Putnam), and Corporeal Mime. Angela holds a MA in Movement Studies from RCSSD. 

Previous posts held:  Head of Movement on Italia Conti's Acting BA programme (2007-2012); Course Leader & Director of Fourth Monkey's Two Year Rep Actor Training Programme (2012-2017).  Angela has also taught at the following schools / companies: Rose Bruford, ArtsEd, Graeae. 

At RADA, Angela has been the Physical Performance Tutor for the NYU / RADA Shakespeare in Performance Programme since 2015. Angela is also Access Advocate & Specialist Movement Tutor for a wheelchair-user who is training on the BA (2018-present). 
Recent shows include: Everyday (Deafinitely Theatre); Kerbs (Graeae/Belgrade Theatre); The Long Song (Chichester Festival Theatre); Girl on the Train (English Theatre Frankfurt) 

Headshot of Angela Gasparetto

Dates, Times & Tickets
  • Thu 18 Aug 10:00 AM
  • Thu 18 Aug 10:00 AM

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