A vibrant programme of music, theatre, art and dance will celebrate diversity in the creative arts, making sure that everyone can enjoy the action. Performances will take place in Giffin Square and Market Square in the heart for Deptford. For further directions and line-up information, visit the Albany on the day.

Event line up

  • Graeae, the UK’s leading Deaf and disability theatre company, will stage its classic adaptation of The Iron Man by Ted Hughes, featuring a puppet as tall as a double decker bus. (12pm – 12.45pm & 2.30pm – 3.15pm). A workshop with the Iron Man will follow both performances.
  • Candoco Dance Company will perform Dedicated To (1.15pm & 2.50pm)
  • Troi Lee, founder of Deaf Rave, will be there along with several other DJs creating a kaleidoscope of sound for all to enjoy (12.30pm, 1.50pm & 3.30pm)
  • Visual art from Jason Wilsher-Mills. Find out more about his work via this link. 

For more information, including details of venues, dates and accessibility visit www.london.gov.uk/liberty-unbound


Top image shows Candoco Dance Company’s Face In by Yasmeen Godder. Photo: Hugo Glendinning.