Collaborators, Partners, Funders

Collaborators

 
Claire Horton – Claire is DBP’s freelance Producer. She has extensive experience in managing participatory programmes and projects, working within theatre, carnival and outdoor arts sectors. Claire has worked with Daryl since 2008 
 
Jon Van Beek – Jon Van Beek is a freelance designer and prop maker and is a key collaborator on all DBP projects. He has many years experience designing work for young audience as well as T.V and film. His practice is a based on design and making skills that are orientated towards an expanded or social conception of theatre.
 
Nicola Miles-Wildin – Nicola is a Disabled Director and theatre maker and works with DBP across several projects and set up ‘Wild n Beets’ with Daryl in 2017. She has directed for Graeae, National Theatre and  Manchester Royal Exchange to name but a few.
 
Becky Morris-Knight – Becky is one half of Shipshape Marketing, an independent consultants offering a range of services to creative individuals and organisations. Becky supports DBP with our marketing and comms.

 

Creative Partners

We can help partners and programmers to meet Arts Council Investment Principles and demonstrate that they are a ‘modern, well-run cultural organisation’.

AMBITION AND QUALITY – We expand ideas and expectations of accessible theatre for young audiences, bringing invention, humanity and humour to each production. Working with Daryl Beeton Productions gives you access to a creative and highly-qualified Disabled-led team. We make shows and engagement projects that connect deeply with audiences.

INCLUSIVITY AND RELEVANCE – With us, you get performance where representation takes centre stage, co-created with diverse communities. A diverse team is at the heart of our success. Take advantage of the opportunity to diversify your programme, to excite audiences and to invite them in to a space where they can feel they truly belong.

Drake Music
Drake Music are leaders in music, disability and technology. They are innovators, educators, curators and advocates who believe everyone has the right to express themselves creatively through music. 

Graeae
Graeae is a force for change in world-class theatre, boldly placing D/deaf and disabled actors centre stage and challenging preconceptions.

Teatro Prova
Based in Bergamo, Italy, Teatro Prova produces theatre for young audiences along side programming and training with a four on inclusion.

A Different Way  saw us working with core partners Half Moon Theatre, Spark Arts for Children, New Wolsey Theatre and Mimbre with supporting partners Graeae Theatre Company, Attenborough Arts Centre and ASSITEJ UK, to support the growth of inclusive theatre for young audiences.

Funders

Arts Council England
ACE believe that great art and culture inspires us, brings us together and teaches us about ourselves and the world around us. In short, it makes life better.

WithoutWalls
Without Walls is the UK’s largest commissioner of outdoor arts shows, taking inspiring new work to audiences all over the country and beyond.