Kaleidoscope: Monthly Open Mic Night

Part of Kaleidoscope: a programme of events celebrating disability and challenging stereotypes Running from
Next event: Thursday 20 February at 7pm
  • Free
  • Garret Theatre

Part of: Kaleidoscope Festival 2019

A monthly inclusive and accessible open-mic night celebrating the talents of people living in Chester and the surrounding areas living with a disability, learning disability or with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

The night needs singers, poetry performers, comedians, musicians, actors and dancers.

Each performance will be approx. 5 minutes. To register your performance slot please fill in the form below.

You don’t need to perform to come along – simply attend as an audience member, no need to book, just come along and support the performers.

The night is supported by house band Dark Arc and Simon Scott, session leader for music at The Arc.

The evening will run approximately to these times:

7pm Time to arrive, arrange running order of acts with Simon Scott

7.30pm Performances start

9.30pm Performances end

There is no formal interval  – its just a Relaxed evening.

If you are interested in performing or have any questions about this event please let us know below:



Upcoming events

Thursday 20 February 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 19 March 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 16 April 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 21 May 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 18 June 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 16 July 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 20 August 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 17 September 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 15 October 7pm Garret Theatre
Thursday 19 November 7pm Garret Theatre

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