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The Unlimited Festival blog engages with artists, producers and audience at one of the biggest exposures of Disability Arts ever to happen in London. Coinciding with the Paralympic games, the festival runs from 30 August – 9 September, 2012

Unlimited: Dive Deep - podcast from Roundhouse Radio

4 September 2012

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Reporters from Roundhouse Radio caught up with Unlimited artists Dean Rodney (Dean Rodney Singers) Joel Simon (Macropolis) Sophie Woolley and Barnabee (aka Daniel Alun) (Bee Detective) and Chris Tally Evans (Turning Points) and also Jessica from Southbank Centre’s Learning and Participation team. Listen to their podcast Unlimited: Dive Deep or read the transcript. The reporters are: Lula aka Cycle Squid Hani aka Phil the bus driver Tori aka Ocotogirl Brooke aka Dori Sagal aka...

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Deborah Caulfield on Liberty's Tenth Anniversary Cabaret

3 September 2012

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This show was a startling mix of mildly amusing silliness, overly loud but otherwise quite pleasant singing (sound technicians please note) with occasions of utter brilliance, punctuated by moments (too many) of thumb twiddling dreariness, when absolutely nothing happened and one was forced either to stare longingly at an activity-free stage, or seek alternative entertainment elsewhere. Talk about talk amongst yourselves. Is it too much to expect gaps between acts to be filled by someone...

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Chas de Swiet, Associate Producer of Liberty talks about his hopes for this years' showcase

29 August 2012

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Liberty is an exciting project to be involved in and since being first commissioned by the Mayor of London ten years ago it has grown to become a significant event for the capital – as a showcase of deaf and disabled artists of course, but also as a great cultural event in and of itself. We are always pleasantly surprised to find how keen performers are to appear as part of the Liberty festival and we believe that this reflects the reputation that the festival has built up over the...

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We want you for our Unlimited @ Southbank blog and gallery!

22 August 2012

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As you can see from the blog description "The Unlimited Festival blog engages with artists, producers and audience at one of the biggest exposures of Disability Arts ever to happen in London. Coinciding with the Paralympic games, the festival runs from 30 August – 9 September, 2012" Unlimited @ Southbank is not only about the art but about the people.  We are after short blog entries (or longer if you feel inspired) which record not so much reviews of the art but...

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