Two opportunities to watch performances from groups who wish to share a performance of dance, drama or music with others in the Garret Theatre. Everyone is welcome to attend and watch the performances.
This event is taking place in the Garret Theatre on the 4th floor of Storyhouse which is wheelchair accessible.
VIVO Canal Street Dance Group
VIVO Makaton Choir
VIVO Coronation Street Centre Dance Group
Cheshire Dance Downs Syndrome – Chester Group
Cheshire Dance Downs Syndrome – Winsford Group
Cheshire Dance Downs Syndrome – Crewe Group
Free to be me – An audio play written by Alicia Gough
These scenes are based on true stories and are intended to raise awareness and challenge disability discrimination. People who experience disability want to be treated with respect, empathy and dignity. During the covid pandemic in 2021, Emerge Community Arts met weekly on-line to devise the scenes you are about to hear from these powerful stories.’ A series of scenarios reacting to the discrimination people living with a disability can experience. The audio play also highlights peoples ability to overcome barriers and achieve their life goals.
Lockdown Street by Emerge Community Arts
Three episodes of the soap opera Lockdown Street, starring North Wales actor Gillian Shakespeare. Created with Emerge Community Arts through online community drama sessions during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. Meet Mrs Sylvia Stopathome who is ultimately struggling with her own mental health in the midst of a world wide pandemic!
All of the events at the Kaleidoscope Week are free with a Festival Pass.
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If you need help purchasing a pass, please contact our Access Manager Alex.
Or you can book for just this event here.