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Ramps on the Moon is a project run by a consortium of seven theatres aimed at addressing the under-representation of disabled people in the sector over the next six years. The latest production in association with Birmingham Rep is Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector which is touring 19 March – 25 June 2016. Liz Porter caught a performance in Birmingham.

Actress Kiruna Stamell in the Government Inspector. She is wearing a formal blue dress and holding a receipt in her hand.

Kiruna Stamell as Anna. Photograph: Robert Day

Ramps on the Moon is a project run by a consortium of seven theatres aimed at addressing the under-representation of disabled people in the sector over the next six years. The latest production in association with Birmingham Rep is Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector which is touring 19 March – 25 June 2016. Liz Porter caught a performance in Birmingham.

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Photograph of actor David Carlyle in the Government Inspector, he is wearing a 19th Century style blue overcoat and gesturing with a sword.

David Carlyle excels as the Mayor. Photograph: Robert Day.

Ramps on the Moon is a project run by a consortium of seven theatres aimed at addressing the under-representation of disabled people in the sector over the next six years. The latest production in association with Birmingham Rep is Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector which is touring 19 March – 25 June 2016. Liz Porter caught a performance in Birmingham.

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A photograph of Francesca Mills as Maria and Rachel Denning as Dobchinsky. The former is leaning in looking surprised while the latter has her hands on her hips and is laughing.

Francesca Mills as Maria (left) and Rachel Denning (right) as Dobchinsky. Photograph: Robert Day.

Ramps on the Moon is a project run by a consortium of seven theatres aimed at addressing the under-representation of disabled people in the sector over the next six years. The latest production in association with Birmingham Rep is Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector which is touring 19 March – 25 June 2016. Liz Porter caught a performance in Birmingham.

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