Current Projects

Current projects include:

Invisible Flash Training with Kazoom Theatre
Alex is the Artistic Director and co-founder of this exciting new theatre company.

www.invisibleflash.co.uk

In May, the company will offer  a great training opportunity for blind or visually impaired young people interested in the arts.  Still looking for participants. Contact Invisible Flash.

Alex is preparing to tour her play Maddy and The Invisible Band of Groovers for ages seven to 97 in Autumn 2016 for the Invisible Flash inaugural UK tour.

Write To Play
Alex has had the privilege of working as mentor to Amy Evans, an emerging disabled writer from Bristol. As part of Graeae’s Write To Play, Amy will share her new play in April at the Bradbury Studios, Graeae Theatre Company, London.

Flatlands
March 1- 8
Dilston Grove, Southwark Park, London.

An Extant theatre project exploring perception and space – using groundbreaking haptic technology. Based on the novella of the same name. Alex serving as dramaturge.

Strange Beauty
April 9-26
401 Richmond St. West, Toronto

Alex is pleased to be supporting Strange Beauty, the Toronto based Tangled Arts Festival.

Tangled Kids Fest!
May 12-14

Every year, Tangled Kids Fest! invites classes from across Toronto and the GTA to experience the thrill of live performance and interactive entertainment by artists from across a wide spectrum of disciplines and abilities. Our 2015 Tangled Kids Fest! will feature festival favourites, B-Boy Luca “Lazylegz” Patuelli and Puppeteer Adam Wilkinson, along with new talent, including Alex Bulmer and her ukulele.

Register your class ASAP by emailing info@tangledarts.org

Go Blind – My Motorcycle Is IN The Shop
In early March, Alex was officially named a fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust.Part two of Alex’s travel writing journal will launch on March 22. Find it right here on her website!

Adams Apple LIFT Festival June
Alex is creating a song cycle with composer Errollyn Wallin . Inspired by the stories and voices of the trans gender community, this voice-led  performance will capture the ars of the London International Festival of Theatre, and tour across Englands’s community choirs.
Dates and venues  coming soon.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame
A new adaptation with Graeae and The Royal Exchange Theatre.

Write To Play
Ongoing — mentoring emerging disabled writer Amy Evans with Graeae Theatre Company, SOHO, Royal Court and The National Theatre.

Assisted Suicide The Musical
Co-writing with stand up comic and disabled activist Liz Carr. With the support of The National Theatre and The Young Vic. Dark, biting and certain to offend… Moving into its third development phase with support from South Bank.

WOW Cabaret
March 12
South Bank Centre, London

Alex will be  showing off her ukulele and twirling baton with a cast of fabulous women at the Women of The World Festival Cabaret .

Cripping The Stage
April 30
Toronto
Presented by Tangled Arts , the British Council and Invisible Flash
www.invisibleflash.co.uk

Alex  is co-producer and co-host of Toronto’s first international all disabled Cabaret. Likely to catch her with ukulele and magic baton.