Our Mission

Stage Beyond is an award winning Theatre Company for adults with learning disabilities. We offer professional arts training in a variety of disciplines. Our aims are to encourage self-esteem, sociability and life skills.

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24th Jun 2023 - 24th Jun 2023

Unstoppable

‘Unstoppable’ is yet another empowering opportunity for Stage Beyond members to shine the spotlight on themselves in a star-studded variety showcase of their talents powered by professional arts training best summed up in the well-known refrain, ‘Oh, if you could see me now!’
24th Jun 2023

Unstoppable

‘Unstoppable’ is yet another empowering opportunity for Stage Beyond members to shine the spotlight on themselves in a star-studded variety showcase of their talents powered by professional arts training best summed up in the well-known refrain, ‘Oh, if you could see me now!’

STAGE BEYOND ‘UNSTOPPABLE’ AS NEW VARIETY SHOWCASE IS LAUNCHED

Stage Beyond, the Derry-based theatre company for adults with learning disabilities supported by National Lottery funding through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, are gearing up to raise the roof with their variety show ‘Unstoppable’ in St Columb’s Hall on Saturday June 24th, 2023 at 7.30pm. The multi award-winning ensemble are rising to the challenge […]

‘THE GREAT DICTATOR’ WOWS NEW AUDIENCES ON RECENT THEATRE TOUR

We were overwhelmed with the response to our recent touring performances of ‘The Great Dictator’ in both Letterkenny and Omagh. There was an outpouring of support and plaudits from the audiences who attended special daytime performances at An Grianán Theatre and the Strule Arts Centre. Our performance at An Grianán Theatre on 14th February was […]

ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE IF YOU JUST BELIEVE AFTER OSCAR INSPIRATION

It’s been quite a journey from Belfast to Beverly Hills for Northern Ireland actor James Martin, the first person with Down syndrome to win an Academy Award. “It doesn’t matter if you have Down syndrome, as long as you’re doing what you do,” he told the BBC after collecting his Oscar. I do what I […]

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