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The European REVIVAL project is promoted by the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God. REVIVAL project represents an innovative and practical response to this inter-sectoral gap and aims at opening new pathways of educational interaction between the creative sector and the adult disability world. Leveraging from the successful LET IT BE project (2018-1-ES01-KA204-050049), the partners – both educational and creative organizations – will develop a digital theatre education course and artistic works for adults with disabilities that will be available in an online creative collaborative platform.

The consequences of Covid-19 crisis outdistanced not only the ordinary lives of citizens but also the regular interaction between different educational, socio-economic and cultural sectors. One of the hardest radical changes of this “social breakdown” impacted the linkage between the fields of adult education of persons with disabilities and the cultural and creative institutions. Along with the springtime confinement and even after the severe lockdown in Europe, adult persons with disabilities ceased any possibility to take part in intercultural activities either in their own educational settings or at the premises of artistic institutions. At the same time, professionals and actors from the creative field were prevented to reach the most disadvantaged groups and offer them artistic and cultural pedagogical programmes, which often turn to be a unique channel of inclusive education and skills development

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REVIVAL Interactive Workshops

In addition to working on content and organisational issues, interactive theatre workshops usually take place, attended by partners from 6 countries Portugal, Spain, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Greece.  These workshops were usually exciting because of the feedback received from the clients.

This website contains resources co-designed as part of the REVIVAL project in the six different languages of the participating partners.

REVIVAL Project in Murcia

In 2023, 20 individuals with an intellectual disability from 6 countries along with 15 professionals spent the week getting to know each other face to face and learning and sharing what this project has meant to them. The teams engaged with several planned and prepared workshops and engaging sessions.

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E-Learning Programs

The first objective of the REVIVAL project consists of the acquisition of 5 skills through a study plan called “e-learning”. The project has built 5 skills e-learning programs supporting adults with intellectual disabilities. The five skills include Body expression, Verbal expression, Sensory experience, Theatre techniques and Social Skills. 

You will also find protocols and guidelines that will assist you in benefiting from the results of this project. 

Protocol of REVIVAL Remote Supports

The different partners of the project have encouraged people with disabilities who participate in the REVIVAL project to identify guidelines and protocols that they consider to be priorities to support online engagement to support creative arts.


This e-learning handbook was created with the REVIVAL project. The manual is aimed at professionals who want to use digital tools to help people with disabilities in various to engage in drama activities. And it is also intended for the beneficiaries of these supports so that they can improve and personalise them to their needs.

Blended Mobility

The REVIVAL Blended mobility will be an opportunity for individuals who have been involved and benefitted from the REVIVAL project from six countries across Europe to come together in the spirit of ERASMUS and share and showcase some of the resources they have built and listened and learned from each other during a week-long event. 

News and Updates

Read our staff and service users news and updates on their involvement in the Revival project. What they have learnt, people they have met and places they have visited as a part of their collaborating with and learning theatre techniques from the creative partners from Austria, Greece and Spain, and working with the rest of the partners.

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