Kaleidoscope: Monthly Open Mic – Daytime Edition

Part of Kaleidoscope: a programme of events celebrating disability and challenging stereotypes Running from
Next event: Wednesday 22 December at 1pm
  • Free
  • Garret Theatre

A monthly open mic for, by and with young people and adults living with a disability. The stage is yours, here is your opportunity to share a song, poem, comedy sketch or musical performance. All abilities welcome. This is a safe space that gives anybody the opportunity to express themselves.

This is a noisy, energetic community that loves to clap, whoop and encourage anyone to attend as a member of the audience or performer.

This open mic night was founded in 2018 at the second Kaleidoscope Festival by Storyhouse and a band called Dark Arc led by their music teacher Simon Scott.

The Garret Theatre has space for 150 people. The busiest the event has been about a 60 person audience so there is lots of room to sit spaced out if you choose to.

 

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

Duration

Approx 90 mins

Upcoming events

Wednesday 22 December 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 26 January 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 23 February 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 23 March 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 4 May 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 1 June 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 27 July 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 24 August 2022 1pm Garret Theatre
Wednesday 28 September 2022 1pm Garret Theatre

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