GREAT STORIES TOLD SIMPLY, AND ENHANCED FOR A NON-SIGHTED AUDIENCE.
NEWS ARCHIVE 2018
ALEX BULMER STARS IN 'THE STORY' IN TORONTO
Our very own Alex Bulmer is currently dazzling her hometown of Toronto, Canada, with Common Boots Theatre’s annual outdoor Christmas show The Story, a riff on the Nativity Story by Martha Ross. In the show, Alex plays multiple characters, invloving many costume changes and singing several songs.
We look forward to seeing Alex back in the UK soon! In the meantime, check out this fantastic review in The Toronto Star.
NEWS ARCHIVE 2017
GOODBYE AND GOOD LUCK!
We bid a fond farewell to Stella Sandmeier-Steele, age 11, our fabulous Maddy poster girl, who is moving to Los Angeles with her family, We wish her well at her new school and she will be greatly missed by the Invisible Flash community.
NEWS ARCHIVE 2016
STORY TELLING WORKSHOP
In preparation for our next exciting project, Alex will be running a story-telling workshop at the Children's Blind Society in October. Watch this space for further developments...
MADDY COMES TO LIFE!
The rehearsals for Maddy and the Invisible Band of Groovers are happening now. The cast are lined up, the stage is set. We'll be all guns blazing for our first show on 22 October!
MADDY AND THE INVISIBLE BAND OF GROOVERS
22 October - 25 November
Exciting stuff! Rehearsals are well underway for our first show ‘Maddy and the Invisible Band of Groovers ‘. To find out all about the forthcoming play, please visit our project page, which has information about the play, dates and links to venues.
CRIPPING THE STAGE
Invisible Flash is co producing this cutting edge cabaret featuring disabled performers from Canada and the UK. Alex Bulmer co hosts and directs at Harbour Front Centre Toronto on the 30th April.
SYMPOSIUM AT ROSE BRUFORD COLLEGE
Jo Rawlinson and Invisible Flash company members will be running the workshop ‘Beyond the Assumed’ imagining a creative environment that includes blind and visually Impaired people.
NEWS ARCHIVE 2015
THE REPUBLIC OF INCLUSION
In February 2015 Alex Bulmer will be representing Invisible Flash in Ontario, Canada as she co-curates The Republic of Inclusion with Saran Garton Stanley in a rigorous and provocative discussion about the state of inclusion in the theatre community.
Alex Bulmer will also be performing with her ukulele from April 9 - 26 2015 at the 2015 Tangled Arts Festival in Toronto Canada. The theme of the 2015 Tangled Arts Festival, Strange Beauty, celebrates the energy and vitality of contemporary disability arts in Canada.