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Video: The Bubble Club

by Ouch Team

20th April 2010

From quality independent living to punk rock bands like Heavy Load and the Oska Bright film festival, people with learning difficulties are on the rise with more confidence and support than ever before.

Night clubs are the latest thing to hit the 'learnie' scene. Watch our short film which takes you to an evening of Staying Up Late at The Bubble Club in London's Whitechapel.

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The video also faetures Lizzie Emeh, the first learning disabled solo musician to have an album on general release.

Do you go to a night club or social club for people with learning difficulties? Tell us about it in the comments below and share any interesting links with us.

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