1 May 2022
funding for new work
S.L. Page has received Arts Council funding and a commission from Graeae to develop her new play ‘Fall’. It will be developed with director and dramaturg Selma Dimitrijevic in the studio in Cardiff and London in June 2022.
The play explores the challenges a queer woman faces due to her Bipolar Disorder, inspired by S.L.Page’s own experiences.
1 AUGUST 2021
GAZE AT NORTHERN STAGE
We are delighted to have secured Arts Council England funding to stage the premiere of GAZE at Northern Stage in November 2021. Working with director Tilly Branson, and actors Esme Sears and Kitty Randle, the show will be produced in full for the first time on Thursday 25th November. All performances will be relaxed and BSL interpreted.
15 April 2021
Guest Lecturer • Arts University
S.L. Page will be guest lecturing at the Arts University Bournemouth in April 2021, sharing her process and research into the New Women podcast.
10 April 2021
Digital Development • Arts Council funding
Working with director Tilly Branson, and an acting team of brilliant women, they explored how theatre could work in the current digital world.
The funding also allowed S.L. Page time to develop their next script, again working with a director and a range of actors to explore character, plot and themes, with a focus on accessibility. This is the first time S.L. Page has integrated BSL within one of their plays so it was a fantastic opportunity to work with d/Deaf actors.