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Xposure Festival 2005

By Rob Last edited 134 months ago
Xposure Festival 2005
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Since 2002 Xposure has established itself as the largest deaf and disability arts festival in the world, and if its 2005 programme is anything to go by the organisers don't show any sings of slowing down.

This year's event (which kicks off this week) presents a huge blend of performance and visual arts by disabled and deaf artists, including over 20 productions of theatre, dance, multimedia, club nights, exhibitions, workshops and cabaret over seven London venues.

The hub of the festival is the Jackson's Lane arts college up on the Archway Road, where you'll be able to see, among other things, Mind the Gap's critically acclaimed production of Of Mice and Men, and Moments In Motion by the extraordinary Daryl Beeton.

Other venues for the festival include The Oval House (near Oval funnily enough), the Croydon Clocktower and Stratford Circus. So they've go the city pretty well covered.

The programme of events runs right through until 12 December, for full details of the entire lineup, venues, ticket prices, times etc click here.

Last Updated 02 November 2005