9PM (60 MINS)
2, TONY WILSON PLACE
An engaging and humorous performance exposing a truth behind bodies that differ from the norm.
Based on a collection of funny, sad, touching and surprising stories.
‘As disabled people, our bodies are central to how we exist in the world. They’re the way others first judge us, the subject of medical diagnosis, and usually seen as the reason that we can’t take part in society. Yet, they also carry volumes of stories about incidents, scrapes and calamities. Let us tell you how we perceive ourselves.’
The performance on Wednesday 22nd March is BSL interpreted.
Post-show discussion (30 mins) with Ruth Gould, Artistic Director of DaDaFest follows the performance on Wednesday 22nd March reflecting on Robert’s experiences and the representation of disabled people in society.