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  • Dora Colquhoun

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    Dora Colquhoun is a neurodivergent theatre maker and performer based in Liverpool. Dora has a wealth of varied experience as a theatre maker and entertainer she graduated from Dartington College of Arts in 2011 with a first class BA Hons in Contemporary Performance Art Combining Community Practices. She also has a Masters in Applied Theatre at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (2019) She is an incredibly versatile performer who is interested in making bold funny brave work. Dora is a storyteller at heart and uses many artistic forms to create performance that moves people to tears whilst also keeping them in fits of laughter.

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    Dora Colquhoun presents

    ADHD the Musical

    Tue 17 - Sat 28 Oct at 9pm
    A wonderful mix of facts, storytelling and cracking original show tunes. You’ll laugh, you’ll learn and you won’t be afraid to fail baby!

    Blog Posts by Dora Colquhoun

    Dora is sitting on a yellow toy chest on stage. She is wearing a matching yellow unitard with yellow braces and attached skirt over the top. She has black on black socks with blue patches on the toes and heels. Her hair is in two plaits and she is wearing
    Posted: 03-10-2023 Tag: artist blogs

    How to make a theatre show: beg, borrow, steal!

    "As a queer Neurodivergent, working class artist I felt there was room for me as currently working class people make up roughly 8% of the creative industry and this needs to change!"

    Dora Colquhoun, creator of ADHD The Musical, shares her advice on how to get a show off the ground when you have a vision but no idea how the hell you're going to pay for it.


    "It is precisely these types of projects, involving these types of people, in these types of theatres that make London what it is."

    The Lancet