Dance, drama, BSL and audio description
If you're in the London area on Monday 13 June, and you fancy taking in some disability arts on stage, you might be interested in Stars Are Out Tonight, a new production by Amici Dance Theatre Company at the Lyric Hammersmith.
Amici is a renowned dance theatre group featuring both disabled and non-disabled performers, and for this production - which marks their 25th anniversary - they're collaborating with Improbable, a theatre company which is well-known for its innovative approach to drama. This production features all 35 members of Amici - plus masks, puppetry, live music and improvisation. Oh, and an opera singer. It'll be fascinating to see how they get all that across in the BSL interpreted and audio described performance on 13 June at 7.30pm - though if you want to see the show at other times it runs from 10 - 13 June. Full details can be found on the Lyric Hammersmith website.