The word BRAVE in yellow, above Jamie Hale, lit under a single blueish spot. They are seated in their electric wheelchair. They are white, with dark hair and a beard, and are wearing a leather jacket

On Jamie Hale’s withdrawal from the LET Awards, in protest at inaccessibility

Yesterday, our Artistic Director, Jamie Hale, withdrew from consideration for the Les Enfants Terribles awards, at the end of their performance. They did this because while the other nine acts performed on the main stage, because the venue booked did not have wheelchair access to the main stage, they were expected to perform in the…
Jamie, a white person with dark red hair and beard, sits in an electric wheelchair, wearing ripped black jeans and a silver top. Sophie, a white woman with brown hair in blue scrubs is at the side of the image, pulling a leather jacket off Jamie's arm, as Jamie looks at her, camp and poised. The photo was taken by Becky Bailey for the NOT DYING R&D in April 2022.

CRIPtic x Trans Vegas: Trans and Deaf or Disabled Performers

Wanted: trans and deaf or disabled performers to perform at HOME Manchester (paid opportunity – £250) After years of collaboration, including Trans Vegas Director, Kate O’Donnell, directing the original version of Jamie Hale’s NOT DYING, we will be bringing the relaunched version of the show to HOME Manchester on Friday 11th November. To accompany it,…

NOT DYING by Jamie Hale

CRIPtic Arts will be bringing Jamie Hale’s solo show, NOT DYING, to HOME Manchester on the 11th November. This is part of our long-standing collaboration with Kate O’Donnell and Trans Vegas. Jamie Hale first drafted NOT DYING in 2018, when the Barbican Centre commissioned it through their Open Lab programme. There, Trans Creative’s Kate O’Donnell…