Disability Arts ‘Why?’ Festival 21 – 28 November – supported by Disability Arts Touring Network

Posted by on October 23, 2014 in Active & Supportive Communities, My Support My Money, Workforce | 0 comments

A micro- festival of music, comedy, performance and film held between 21 – 28 November in the  Black Country (Walsall and Stourbridge)



performances at a glance:

The Forest Arts Centre, Walsall

  • Friday 21 Nov 2014
    • 1.00pm Krip Hop Nation founder Leroy Moore is running a workshop on the beginnings of Krip Hop and how to DIY
    • 7.30 pm Krip Hop Nation plus support from Robin ‘Angryfish’ Surgeoner – Singer/Songwriter Donna ‘DeafFly’ Williams – Poet


  • Wednesday 26 November
    • 1.00 pm Robin ‘Angryfish’ Surgeoner – Will run a creative writing workshop looking at who you are and how you see yourself
    • 7.30 pm One of Us Will Die – A Comedy by Kiruna Stamell and Gareth Berliner plus support from Chris Fonseca – Street Dancer

The Glasshouse Arts Centre Stourbridge

  •  Thursday 27th November  –
    • 1:30pm – Krip Hop DIY Workshop (fully booked)
    • 7:30pm – Krip Hop  – support Angryfish (Singer Songwriter) & Donna Williams (BSL Poet Deaf Explorer)


  • Friday 28th November  –
    • 1:30pm – Creative Writing Workshop with Robin Surgeoner (fully booked)
    • 7:30pm  – One of Us Will Die – support Chris Fonseca (Deaf Dancer) Robin Surgeoner – Spoken Word




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