I’m Here, where are you?
For the second year, Cambridge Junction has invited me and Liz Counsell to co-produce ‘I’m Here, Where Are You?’ festival. The programme includes performances and installations exploring the intersections of disability, queerness, mental health and politics, from 25 to 29 April.
Susanna Dye is presenting ‘STIMMING’ in collaboration with Manon Ouimet, a GIFs performance work and digital installation exploring the space between stimming and dancing.
Vince Laws with ‘DWP Deaths Make Me Sick’, a politically charged large-scale installation developed over five years, looking at the devastating effects of benefit cuts.
‘Exoskeleton’ an autobiographic, haunting, sensory cinematic dance theatre by Chloe Akasha.
‘Brotherly, Otherly, Disorderly’ by Vijay Patel a show by two autistic siblings, a love letter to sibling care and neurodivergent solidarity and Club Urania, Cambridge’s premium LGBTQ+ performance night.
All tickets are Pay What You Feel or Free. Shows BSL interpreted and captioned, trained staff around for pre-show access drop ins and a quiet space available throughout the festival.
More info and booking at https://www.junction.co.uk/festivals/im-here-where-are-you/
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