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Extraordinary Bodies artists Aislinn Mulligan and David Ellington, perform on stage, Aislinn is high in the air performing on straps, David reaches his hand up to her whilst sat on the large bridge.

Training & Consultancy

Extraordinary Bodies artists and participants sit in a circle at Plymouth's Creative Explorations workshop

Extraordinary Bodies

Extraordinary Bodies, What Am I Worth? performance shot from Sunderland 2018: As the structure spins, Aislinn is climbing and balancing a top the set.

Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists

EBYA and young people from Bristol Old Vic's Theatre School, perform to an audience in Colston Hall's lobby.

“The world that disabled children face is a world that is just not ready” - @guardian https://t.co/W5n6smMkw9 . Amidst the #SENDCrisis Diverse City strives to support and create accessible and inclusive shows. Find out how in our newsletter: https://t.co/MoAVcPtOe2 📰#Disability

Shane (left) and Josh (right) are two incredible performers from our youth company, Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists. Last April, EBYA premiered Till We Win, their witty and uncompromising new show 🎭⠀
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