Inclusive three-day celebration of theatre, dance and comedy by artists with and without disabilities taking place on the 14 to 16 September at Stanley Halls, South Norwood. 

A Bit of A Do opening night on Friday 14 September features comedy from Tanyalee Davis and a performance from British Sign Language poet and BSL Slam founder Zoe McWhinney, followed by a spectacular dance performance from Jury-award winning Moxie Brawl and Croydon company SLiDE Dance on Saturday 15 September.

The third and final night, Sunday 16 September, showcases new theatre from the head-turning Unlimited-commissioned artist Aby Watson and a guest performance from Olivier Award Winner and cult cabaret performer Ursula Martinez.

Each night will be hosted by DISCO DISCO, Croydon’s company of artists with learning disabilities.

Love Language will provided British Sign Language for performances across the Friday and Saturday evenings, alongside communication assistants to facilitate conversations between audience members and artists.

A range of craft beer brewed by Lewisham-based social enterprise Ignition Brewery, who provide jobs and skills training for people with learning disabilities will be served throughout.

All performances are free to attend. For full line-up, schedule and booking details visit www.drunkenchorus.co.uk/a-bit-of-a-do/

A Bit Of A Do is supported by Arts Council England, Croydon Council, Stanley Halls, Croydon Mencap and Willow Learning for Life.

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