Hubbub Theatre Company

Call 01332 370911 to book your ticket and celebrate the launch of The Hubbub Club at Déda on Saturday 7 November

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Join us for a very special launch party on Saturday 7 November!

Hubbub Theatre Company specialises in working with young adults with moderate learning disabilities and/or physical disabilities alongside professional and emerging local theatre practitioners.

The company grew from real talent being spotted in learning disabled artists and a local need and desire to develop a professional level theatre company offering real performance and backstage opportunities to people who may not have access to it. Hubbub have their weekly rehearsals at Déda and have an infectious energy that spreads through the whole building.

Hubbub’s Artistic Director is Jen Sumner who works in collaboration with local established and emerging professionals.

"We work as an ensemble, devising original work that everyone in the company contributes to.

We use physical theatre, clowning, dance, music, circus, mask, puppetry and shadow projection to create exciting, innovative inclusive theatre."

The company have just been successful with their third Arts Council England Grants For the Arts bid to tour in Spring 2016 and are growing from strength to strength!

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On Saturday 7 November from 7pm, Hubbub are hosting The Hubbub Club at Déda - a theatrical party for adults with moderate learning disabilties, their friends, families, carers and whoever would like to join us to celebrate the launch of the company's East Midlands tour of 'Kessoku - Tales of Togetherness' (returning to Déda on 12 March) and the first ever club night of its kind.

With dancing, music, performances, a fantastic raffle with amaaaazing prizes, aerial displays and much more - book your ticket to support this vibrant and dynamic company as they embark on a new adventure! Tickets are priced at £10 each and are available from the Déda Box Office.

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Visit Hubbub's YouTube channel to see them in action!

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