RAWD present Phone Home

Part of Kaleidoscope: a programme of events celebrating disability and challenging stereotypes Running from
Next event: Sunday 3 October at 3pm
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  • Garret Theatre

This is RAWD to Ground Control. After getting lost in the lockdown blackhole, it’s time to shuttle up on the long journey back to earth and reality.

After a long year of shielding, the disabled artists of RAWD crash land at Storyhouse with their comeback performance; Phone Home.

Guaranteed fun, cosmic dancing and milky way madness, Phone Home is a devised whirlwind of physical theatre, spoken word and live music that explores our unique perspective of lockdown and navigating the return to normality.

RAWD is a company dedicated to helping disabled people grow within the arts, with fun, inclusivity and empowerment at its heart.

Credits:
Brought to you by RAWD
Music by Duncan Gallagher
Film by Jack Ehlen

Supported by: Unity Theatre, Liverpool; Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres; and Arts Council England.

Certificate:

14+

Time details

90 mins + an interval

Upcoming events

Sunday 3 October 3pm Garret Theatre Tickets from £5.00 Limited Availability

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