A Bit Of A Do
Now in its third year, the pioneering free mini-festival A Bit Of A Do from Drunken Chorus returns championing the work of artists with and without disabilities. Working with some amazing partners including BSL consultants, a visually impaired theatre company, local apprentices with learning disabilities, disability charities, artists and audiences, their aim is to empower artists to create and access theatre and dance.
This year’s festival will include performances from Candoco Dance Company, the first contemporary dance company to perform on Strictly Come Dancing, Deaf BSL singer and comedian Caroline Parker, who performed at the London Paralympic Opening ceremony, and multi-award winning writer, performer and broadcaster Byron Vincent.
There will also be explosive solo work from award-winning choreographer and performance artist Lanre Malaolu, as well as from Extant, the UK’s leading company making ground-breaking performances by and for the visually impaired.
Various times, from 11am (Friday and Saturday) and from 2pm (Sunday).
Tickets are free to book online at www.drunkenchorus.co.uk
Donations are welcome to help the work continue: www.totalgiving.co.uk/charity/drunken-chorus
Stanley Halls, South Norwood, London SE25 6AB
Fri 5 Jul 2019 to Sun 7 Jul 2019