Inclusion in theatre

Mandala Theatre-Nepal aims to make its performances and other activities equally accessible to everyone.

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal aims to make its performances and other activities equally accessible to everyone.

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Mandala Theatre-Nepal aims to make its performances and other activities equally accessible to everyone. Since, Mandala’s founding team is a mixture of people with different ethnic and indigenous, religious, geographical background, we always promote inclusion in theatre arts. Moreover, Mandala’s stage is accessible to wheelchair users with a ramp leading to the stage.

Many of the past productions by Mandala have been visited by people with visual impairment together with their supporters. As there are increasing numbers of audiences from deaf community and other persons with disabilities to Mandala shows, we tried to include simultaneous sign language translation and other strategies in the last festival we organized. 

WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED !

To support the Nepal Government’s ongoing efforts to minimize the spread of COVID-19 (Corona Virus) and for safety of all of us, Mandala Theatre will remain closed until 12th April 2020 (30th Chaitra 2076). All our planned activities like regular performances, workshops, training and other related programs are postponed until next notice.
 
During this time, our landline phone will not be picked up. However you can reach us via our Facebook page or email.
We request all of you to stay safe, healthy and follow the guidelines of authority strictly. Also, in this time of emergency, we urge you to only get updated information from official agencies or reputed medias and don’t panic over rumors.
 
We will win this fight! We just need to hang on till we do.