The JOY 2019 programme opens with 3 explosive events!
Come and experience an evening of JOY where we explore performance. Take the opportunity to be part of an Open Workshop for Amici, as well as see performances from West London College Performing Arts & Richard Downes.
Amici Open Workshop
A unique opportunity to take part in an Amici Dance Theatre Company workshop run by Wolfgang Stange and Amici members. Everyone welcome, come and experience their unique creative methods and discover the Amici Magic!
A Year in the Life of a College Student
Performed by the West London College Performing Arts, this play is about a year in the life of a college student with learning disabilities. The play deals with their fears and excitement of starting a new college, making friends, what to do after college, healthy relationships with peers, sexuality, gender and dealing with cyber bullying.
REaD Rhymes Reads Rhymes
Richard Edward Downes, the man who puts the RED in REaD Rhymes Live reads REaD Rhymes focused on in his experience as a disabled person. Advocate, Artist and Activist. (This piece is 18+)
This evening is part of the JOY programme, and is an inclusive environment. The second half of the evening will have BSL interpreter