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Spaces available in our Monday Inclusive Drama class for 2022!

Enrol now to join our weekly drama classes for people with intellectual disabilities in 2022. Build confidence, make new friends and learn acting and performance skills.
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Rebus Associate Artist Joel Swadling launches autobiography on Canberra theatre legend

Our associate artist Joel Swadling has spent the last 12 years archiving and conducting interviews with 80+ Canberra artists and theatre lovers towards research for a biography on Canberra theatre force-de-jour David Branson.
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Share your bushfire and COVID stories with the NMA for IDPwD

The National Museum of Australia (NMA) proudly supports people in the community living with disability, and every year we celebrate International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD). This year, the NMA invite you to become part of Momentous– the Museum’s award-winning online digital exhibition. Add your voice by sending a video, a photo, words, or anything else you would like to share.
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Rebus classes will remain on Zoom for the rest of 2021.

Rebus has made the difficult decision not to return to face-to-face classes in 2021.   While this was a difficult decision, the Board and Management Team decided it would be safest for Rebus to observe any ‘community transmission fall out’ that may arise from current easing of restrictions, without putting our participants at further risk, many of whom are classified as highly vulnerable to the virus. Protecting the safety of our participants and staff is paramount to the organisation.
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Free acting workshop for people with disability held in Braidwood!

Award- winning mixed ability theatre company: Rebus Theatre will be hosting a theatre workshop in Braidwood.
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Update on Rebus online connection for participants during lockdown

Dear Rebus Participants, From the team here at Rebus Theatre, we…
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Limited spots available in Speaking Role program

Rebus is seeking participants for ‘Speaking Role’, a free program for people with a disability that affects their ability to communicate
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Enrol now for Systems of Sanity

The award-winning company Rebus Theatre is seeking participants for a ground-breaking theatre project asking the hard questions about mental health and the mental health system.
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