Performing Arts

This program enables participants to develop skills in visual and physical theatre in addition to traditional stagecraft. 

Program details:
Thursdays and Fridays, 9.30am – 3.00pm
at Holdfast Community Centre, King George Avenue, Brighton.

In order to attend Tutti Arts programs participants need to have:

  • an interest and/or experience in one or more art forms
  • an intellectual or learning disability
  • access to funding (usually via Disability SA or the NDIS). A self-funding option is also available.

If you would like to know more, please contact Juha Vanhakartano Program Coordinator on 08 8422 6511 or email.

Tutti Arts is a registered NDIS provider and this program is NDIS-ready. This means you may be able to use your NDIS funding to cover the costs of this program. Click on the following link to read more about Tutti and the NDIS.

For funding and enrolment enquiries please contact: Dorothy O’Brien, Disability Manager 08 8422 6510 or email.


Tutti’s original production, Frozen Girl, debuted at the DreamBIG Festival in May 2017. Frozen Girl is Kathryn Evans’ story, first told in 2014 during story-telling workshops, when she revealed that between the ages of 11 and 13 she did not speak or move. Medicine appears to find no organic cause for Conversion Disorder aka Frozen Syndrome, rather it is thought to be triggered by emotional distress or trauma. For Kathryn, this was the loss of her only friend. This story shows that no matter how isolated or separate we feel, there is always hope that we will reconnect with the people we love.