2/18/2021, 3:00:00 PM
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For those artists who were already on the margins, the challenges of the Covid-19 crisis have presented additional hurdles. As many events, rehearsals and performances move online, for some people access is greatly improved, for others they are pushed further out. Join us to discuss the ways people are working to improve access and interrogate ‘the new normal’.
Graeae will be discussing the impact of moving online for their artists and how their work has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Lava Elastic - Sarah Saeed
Lava Elastic is a performance night for neurodivergent performers, creating a safe space for artists and audiences alike to experience a different kind of poetry and comedy night.
Catherine Paskell - Dirty Protest Theatre
Catherine will talk about Ritual - commissioning Welsh writers to write audio plays which came out as a podcast last summer and Dirty Protest Theatre's ongoing commitment to make their work as accessible to as wide a range of people as possible.
Lou Rogers - South East Dance
Lou will talk about South East Dance’s experience of inclusion, as well as her wealth of experience from previous roles and projects at Stop Gap Dance.
This event will be supported by two BSL interpreters