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A showcase of exceptional new work from disabled artists will be presented at Tramway, Glasgow, this September.
Tramway’s Unlimited Festival, which runs from Thursday 15 to Sunday 25 September, features a breath-taking range of innovative dance, theatre, exhibitions, talks and events.
Internationally acclaimed artists and exciting emerging talent from Scotland and across the world taking part includes Candoco Dance Company, Sheila Hill, Liz Carr, Marc Brew, Jack Dean, Claire Cunningham and Jess Curtis, Gary Gardiner and Ian Johnston, NCA Small Theatre, Cameron Morgan, Koji Nishioka, Makoto Okawa and Yasuyuki Ueno, Maki Yamazaki, Aaron Williamson, and Bekki Perriman.
From cutting edge performing and visual arts, the programme invites you to join the artists to explore and discover. Share reflections on life at 80 and the personal stories of the homeless; discover ceramic telephones from the 1880s; watch live absurd reinterpretations of YouTube self-help videos; and witness a chance encounter as a hundred year old mechanical monster emerges from the waves.
Plus much more in a festival for everyone to enjoy, be challenged by and participate in.
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