DIY regularly creates Resources to support its touring work, performances and educational projects.
DIY webpage online resources :
- Circus Tricks! Resource – our Circus Inspired Music and Drama project, which includes a series of Animated Videos and a supporting Participatory Activity Pack.
- Create + Connect – brings together lots of ideas and resources to use while DIY and other artists with learning disabilities are staying safe at home during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Find DIY resources elsewhere:
DIY’s YouTube channel – click here to visit!
These are free for anyone to download – we hope they help and inspire you.
“Following the Thread” is a performance which was created by company members for audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. This booklet offers just a few ideas which have worked for us. We’re sure you’ll have lots of brilliant ideas to add to these.
Arts participation and leadership with young people with learning difficulties. This guide is based on ideas and examples gained through DIY Theatre Company’s “Leading it Our Way” programme, which began in 2011. We want to share and develop good practice with others working with young people with learning difficulties.
In this film actors from DIY Theatre Company share their tips on making multi-sensory theatre for people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. The film is based on the processes we used in creating our Multi- Sensory show ‘Give Me Space‘ – find out more and see more video’s on our Show Page
A learning tool to help audiences get the most out a performance of Give Me Space!
Give Me Space! is a performance which has been created by company members for audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities. This booklet offers just a few approaches which have worked for us. We’re sure you’ll have lots of brilliant ideas to add to these.
Handout made for the A Question of Leadership Conference (Sept 2018) to share DIY’s Friday Groups ideas about leadership “Leadership doesn’t have to be about heroic individuals – it can be shared.”