Help Diverse City’s extraordinary company of disabled & non-disabled young performers tour their show Becoming.

Diverse City believes the performing arts should be for everybody.

Everybody should have equal opportunities to train, perform and develop their skills because together we can change the world. But many young people never get the chance to explore their talent or to find an audience.

SO WHAT ARE WE DOING ABOUT IT?

Diverse City’s youth performance company Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists is changing all that. It brings together disabled and non disabled young people to learn together and make shows that change how people think about them.

EBYA are looking for YOUR help to get their next show Becoming out to audiences in Dorset and the south west. They need help to tell their stories, so that people know what they are truly capable of. We need help to make sure that their show is supported by professionals.

EBYA members sat down and standing, pointing to camera and smiling.
“We want to create theatre that changes the world”
Young people in a circle in a studio, participating in a workshop.
“I’m so happy to be part of an inclusive group who are very talented and welcoming.”
Anthony Periera, EBYA member
Two young girls embracing and smiling.
“We have laughs… Tears… We have the whole lot!”
Clarissa Hustler, EBYA Member
Young people moving around a studio space, arms entwined and holding hands.
“EBYA are just like a family to me.
Jessica Skelton, EBYA Member
Young people performing in front of an audience, moving and dancing.
“Diverse City is somewhere I can be myself and not try and be someone else just so I can fit in. It has been healing, fun and inspiring”
EBYA Members