Endorsed by Curators:
DaDaFest is hosting a two-partevent to celebrate diverse female voices. Find out more information below!
Book to go to Disabled Women in Arts and Culture: Who's Calling the Shots? and Raw. and get a free dinner at the Bluecoat cafe before you see the evening show! Go to tickets and select 'Both events' to claim this special offer.Please arrive at the Bluecoat for 6pmto give us time to dish up your dinner!
Venue: Museum of Liverpool
Time: 2-4pm with a short comfort break at approx. 2:45pm
Format: Lecture, panel discussion and audience Q and A
Access: BSL, captioned
Theatre maker and Associate Director for Graeae Theatre company,Nickie Miles-Wildin, will be your key note speaker and host of this event, looking at the representation of disabled women in the arts sector.
With a lively panel discussion chaired by lecturer at Liverpool Hope University in the department of Disability and Education,Dr Erin Pritchard, panellists artist Jackie Hagan, artist Cheryl Martin and Tammy Reynolds will interrogate this theme further, looking at how stereotyped portrayals of disabled women affect our perception of disabled women in reality.
Cant make it? This event will be livestreamed via the DaDaFest Facebook page @DaDaFest
This event is inspired by the strength and revolutionary ideology of human rights campaigner Edward Rushton, who was born in November over 260 years ago.
Venue: Performance Space, Bluecoat L1 3BX
Time: 7pm 9.30pm
Access: BSL, AD, Level Access, Relaxed Performance
A wild night of raucous, irreverent and inclusive cabaret centering disabled womens voices in the North West.
Hosted by Liverpool legend Midgitte Bardot, Raw. boasts an incredible line up of performers including: Cheryl Martin, Ivy Profemme, Jackie Hagan and Marilyn Misandry.
Dress to impressyourself.
Both events are part of RISE Liverpool.