Dadafest Scotland

DaDa is expanding, to bring some of the best of Disability and Deaf Arts to areas of the UK beyond Merseyside. This year is the first DaDaFest International Scotland, a mini festival of DaDa highlights, happening in Glasgow and Edinburgh, including The Grimstones, Mat Fraser and Julie Atlas Muz’s The Freak and the Showgirl, Laurence Clark’s What’s the Best Medicine? and Simon Mckeown’s Motion Disabled.

For this programme we are working with key Scottish Disabled and Deaf companies including Birds of Paradise, Sounds of Progress and Lung Ha’s.

DaDaFest International Scotland Programme

Motion Disabled – Simon Mckewn

Thursday 4th November to Sunday 28th November

Tuesday – Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 12 noon – 5pm

 

Trongate 103

Asphyxia / Scottish Dance Theatre/ Solar Bear Workshop

The Arches 

Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th November, 10:00 and 16:00

The Grimstones – Hatched

Monday 15th November 7pm

The Arches

253 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8DL Scotland UK

Box Office: 0141 565 1000. Box Office open 9am-8pm Mon-Sat / 12-6pm Sun Tickets £8/£5

Compagnie of Straners – Moomsteatern

Wednesday 17th November 7.30pm

North Edinburgh Arts

15a Pennywell Court, Edinburgh EH4 4TZ

Telephone: 0131 315 2151

Tickets £4/£3, £2 for good neighbours

Moomsteatern / Lung Ha Workshop

Thursday 18th November & Friday 19th November 11am  – 4pm

North Edinburgh Arts

15a Pennywell Court, Edinburgh EH4 4TZ

Telephone: 0131 315 2151

The Freak and the Showgirl

Wednesday 24th November 8pm

The Arches

253 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8DL Scotland UK

Box Office: 0141 565 1000. Box Office open 9am-8pm Mon-Sat / 12-6pm Sun Tickets £8/£5

What’s the Best Medicine?

Thursday 25th November 8pm

The Arches

253 Argyle St, Glasgow G2 8DL Scotland UK

Box Office: 0141 565 1000. Box Office open 9am-8pm Mon-Sat / 12-6pm Sun Tickets £8/£5

 

Motion Disabled – Simon Mckeown – projection

Friday 3rd December times TBC

Glasgow Metropitan College

60 North Hanover Street,
Glasgow, Scotland G1 2BP