Drunken Chorus have run an inclusive Arts festival for many years, but covid stopped it happening last year, but their Annual Festival ‘A Bit Of A Do’ will be back this year!
‘A Bit Of A Do’ is an inclusive festival of theatre, dance and cabaret, featuring work by disabled and non-disabled artists.
They will be returning to Stanley Arts – a community arts venue in South Norwood, London from the 18th to 28th of November. This year there will be two ways to experience the festival: this can be in person or online, so you can choose which you prefer.
All events include British Sign Language interpretation and some events include enhanced access for visually impaired audiences.
We have a range of amazing performances and digital experiences including work from Bert & Nasi, Forced Entertainment, Moxie Brawl, GymJam, Ellen Renton, Jack Dean & Company and Aby Watson. As well as an evening of Cabaret Performance, an inclusive club night and a Scratch Night that will showcase brand new performance ideas from disabled artists.
As always all events are Free to attend – you just need to book a ticket so that we know how many people will be with us! You can find all of the festival information and book tickets on the link below
For more info, click here: https://www.drunkenchorus.co.uk