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As a result of its collaboration with us, the RSC hosted its very first Dementia Group last Friday.
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A big Vamos Theatre welcome to our new tour team, who've started rehearsals this week for the spring tour of A Brave Face.
In March, we're holding a Mask Making Residency for Veterans living with Post Traumatic Stress (PTS/PTSD) and health professionals who care for them.
As we say a fond farewell to our Administrator, Kathryn, we say a big hello and welcome to Abbie and Sarah, who will job share the role.
Using full mask for the first time, students at Abingdon & Whitney College have been working with us as part of the Shoulder to Shoulder project, marking recent anniversaries in the fight for women's rights.
We're delighted that Alzheimer's Society will be in the foyer after performances of Finding Joy, providing information and support for audiences about dementia.
Celebrating one of the projects our amazing venue partners are running to support people living with dementia
Help us defeat dementia by joining one of Alzheimer's Society's Memory Walks.
Fancy a visit to Stratford upon Avon? See our spick and span Midwives on Call at the RSC foyer, part of Engage Festival 2018
Thank you to everyone involved in making our summer tour of Sharing Joy such a fun-filled success.
We’re delighted to announce the cast for our upcoming autumn tour of Finding Joy.
We were delighted to take part in NHS 70th birthday celebrations last week in Dudley.
We’ve been joined this month by Claire Morton as our new Executive Producer.
This September we’ll be starting our brand new Youth Theatre for young people aged 13-21 years old - applications are open now.
We're delighted to be taking one of our favourite shows out this autumn - dates are limited so check the tour list soon if you'd like to come.
We've a singing, dancing, puppeteering and (of course) mask-clever cast joining us this week, ready to take Sharing Joy out on the road.
As part of Dementia Awareness Week, we're delighted to announce dates for our upcoming tour, Sharing Joy
We took part in the Plymouth International Dementia Conference last week - and what an inspiration it was...
Don’t miss our one-off workshop for anyone connected with people living with dementia.
We head once more to Europe next week, with performances in Schaffhausen and Wolfsburg.
We’ve teamed up with some wonderful new partners for year two of our Strategic Touring Project, which aims to engage people living with dementia, their carers and families.
A big Vamos Theatre welcome to Panna Parmar, who joins us as Marketing Manager.
We're delighted to announce the appointment of a new Vamos Theatre Associate Artist.
Recent Vamos Theatre workshops commissioned by Chiltern CCG (NHS) brought together a diverse range of participants, helping to connect people, provide new skills and increase self confidence.
What a year it's been! We've visited seven countries, toured three productions and...well, read on if you'd like to know more!
Vamo is teaming up with SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, and Hereford College of Art to reach Veterans in Hereford.
We’re delighted to have been awarded funding from Arts Council England for A Brave Face, our tour for Spring 2018.
Vamos will be performing Finding Joy this week at China International Mime Festival in Guangzhou.
Vamos Theatre has been accepted as a member of Dementia Action Alliance, allowing us to forge connections with other organisations taking action on dementia.
Vamos Theatre Artist in Residence Clint Bolster has won an award with his first solo full mask theatre piece.
Interested in attending a Relaxed or Dementia Friendly Performance? We've got several coming up....
Vamos Amigos is a group of supporters who want to get a little bit more involved with the company. Interested?
"I felt a bit down this morning, but this lifted me up" - just one of the comments we've received from people living with dementia about Sharing Joy
Vamos headed to Perigueux International Mime Festival in July, taking The Best Thing to French audiences for the first time.
Dementia Champion Hazel Ratcliffe joins the Vamos team as Strategic Touring Project Manager
We are utterly delighted to announce that from April 2018 we will be an ACE National Portfolio Organisation
We are delighted to have been awarded funding by Worcestershire County Council
Vamos delivered two training workshops last week at NHS Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group, focussing on non-verbal communication, empathy, listening, insight and trust-building
Vamos was delighted to be part of Deaffest 2017, the UK’s leading deaf-led film and arts festival.
On April 27th, we officially launched our Strategic Touring project with a Knowledge Sharing Day for all twelve key partner venues
After one preview date in the UK, Finding Joy heads to Europe next week with a classic cast
Thanks to ACE funding, regular Guardian contributor Kate Holt will be documenting our work during A Brave Face
If you can get to Worcestershire, there's an opportunity to see our award-winning mask production, Finding Joy, ahead of a European Tour this spring.
Thanks to major Arts Council England Strategic Touring funding, Vamos has been joined by Dr Marion Lynch as our Health and Social Care ‘Connector’.
Vamos is in Shropshire primary schools this week, as part of Shrewsbury Book Fest's Schools' Week
The Best Thing opened its 2017 national and international tour this weekend - thank you to our audiences and all the staff at the beautiful Malvern Theatres.
Our full mask workshop at London International Mime Festival 2017 was not only a sell-out, it also attracted participants from actors to aromatherapists...
On Monday we started rehearsals for our upcoming tour of The Best Thing and welcomed our brand new cast
Merry Christmas to all! 2016 has been a crucial year for Vamos – one full of risks yet with pay-offs that have made it very much worthwhile.
All 24 staff members of Deaf Direct took part in a Vamos training workshop this week
A big Vamos welcome to Justine Watkins, who joins us as Marketing and Development Manager to cover Honor's maternity leave
Happiness was the order of the day when Vamos took part in the second #MEFESTIVAL in Dudley last week.
Vamos is one of seven organisations who have been awarded Arts Council England funding, as part of its Strategic Touring Programme.
Wonder how we make our shows? Research towards our 2018 touring production is underway this week
We're delighted to welcome a new team of cast and crew for 2017's tour of The Best Thing
Germany, the Czech Republic and Norway are just some of the countries that Vamos will be visiting next year.
Matron and Nurse Flo braved the dark this weekend at the de"light"ful Longbridge Light Festival
Vamos is in Hull this week, taking a mask residency to the creative students of Ganton School.
Artistic Director Rachael Savage began a new mask project with inclusive Community Theatre group Arts Etc last week, thanks to funding by Arts Council England.
On Oct 1st we’ll be running a very special mask workshop for families. If you’ve seen one of our shows and thought, I’d like to try that, this is your chance...
Our audiences raised an amazing £569.47 for Age Scotland during our recent run of Finding Joy
Last week's Full Mask for Performers workshop at Edinburgh Fringe revealed a great enthusiasm for mask theatre.
What a weekend of Walkabout! Our acts were out and about in Devon, Wales and Worcestershire last weekend.
Artistic Director Rachael is in Finland this week, working with performers in Jyvaskyla
We're delighted to announce Vamos's GfA success, which will help support our work over the next twelve months
An action-packed Walkabout weekend included Vamos's first visit to Denmark
With your help, we've surpassed our fundraising target to replace Verity the tour van.
Our 9-13 group's first ever show is all about life in the First World War
The Best Thing comes to a close this week - so don't miss out on the final performances
Vamos had a great day at Deaffest 2016 working with a talented group of young people
Primary school receptionists, bus drivers, and two vicars...read about our recent Alzheimer's Society-funded workshop in Leominster
Vamos will be at this year's Deaffest, the UK’s leading Deaf Film and Arts Festival.
Finding Joy is to have a limited run at one of Edinburgh Fringe Festival’s most prestigious venues this summer. Read more for dates and times….
We are delighted to announce the appointment of two new Vamos Theatre Associate Artists.
Fun, food, Victoriana and Vamos were the order of the day at last week's highly succesful Secret Elephant Show 2
Focusing on the theme of synergy, our two day residency at National Star College was a joy to be part of
Vamos was proud to host the Creative Minds 2016 event, a bringing together of arts professionals in the West Midlands
Vamos had a great day with teachers and theatre practitioners at London's Toynbee Studios
VYPT is delighted to have received funding from the Sir Barry Jackson Trust towards its Vesta Tilley project
The Best Thing set off on tour this week after sell-out shows at London International Mime Festival
If you teach drama or work with children or young people, we've a special course coming up on 11th February
If you're an arts professional based in the West Midlands, put March 4th in your diary...
Join us at the Secret Elephant Show 2, and help support the great work of Onside
On Nov 17th, we'lll be holding a workshop for deaf participants at Studio B in Worcester,
Cupcakes and coffee - and plenty of ideas! Catch up with our inaugural Ideas Exchange Event
Do you teach drama? Our next workshop, focusing on devising with young people, is now booking.
We're delighted that our new group for young mask performers started up last week, and a good time was had by all...
Sharing joy has been back on the road, visiting Sanctuary Care communities in the West Midlands
Are you involved in the arts in the West Midlands, or a voluntary organisation wanting to link up with artists? Join us for our free Ideas Exchange Event.
We're recruiting members for our brand new Young People's Theatre for those aged 9-13 years
Vamos is delighted to have teamed up with ArtPromotion agent Angelika Martin
Vamos was pleased to be back at Highly Sprung’s Physical Fellowship recently, leading workshops in full mask theatre.
Vamos's internatonal debut at Jyvaskyla Festival in Finland has been fantastic - or should that be FINtastic? Read all about it here...
Thanks to Artrix Arts Centre for organising a great mask workshop day with Bromsgrove school students
Vamos was at full strength this weekend, performing at festivals in the UK and Germany
Artistic Director, Rachael Savage will take her mask theatre skills to South Africa thanks to an Artists’ International Development Fund award
We're back in the rehearsal room this week, re-working Finding Joy for international touring.
Our UK tour of Nursing Lives came to an end on Saturday - and a great night was had by all
To mark the end of Nursing Lives, here's some of the feedback from our nursing audiences.
Our latest mask making day workshop was as messy and fun as ever