Razed Roof is an inclusive performing arts group for people with and without disabilities and learning difficulties. Based at Harlow Playhouse, an inclusive company of up to forty participants work together for over six hours every week with the support of an experienced team of staff. The company is made up of adults with specific learning difficulties and disabilities and young people from mainstream education.
In 2014, Razed Roof was commissioned to create Flood – a new script from playwright Judith Johnson. Inspired by the 1953 flooding of Essex seaside resort Jaywick Sands, the work explored climate change and its impact on communities. The piece was performed to great acclaim in Essex and Suffolk during the Spring and summer of 2014.