The Unlimited festival at Southbank has always brought ambitious creative projects by disabled artists to new audiences, this year is almost all online and almost all free. It makes sense that a festival of disabled artists should be accessible and the pandemic has in fact made this festival very accessible to all, being online. This year, the 5-day festival features 33 online events.
Among the things to watch we can suggest Augmented, a theatrical show created by Sophie Wooley who became deaf when she was young and has started hearing again. 111 presents a dance performance by a disabled couple while Here/Not Here combines BSL with hip hop.
In addition to this, you will also find children’s events, discussions and an outdoor exhibition at Southbank. You can see the entire calendar with the 33 events here.
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