Unlimited Festival, The Tramway, 15 – 25 September, 2016

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15 – 25 September
Prices vary - Tickets from £5
Day tickets available

This September, Tramway brings Unlimited to Glasgow - An international programme of performance, visual art, discussions and more celebrating extraordinary work by disabled artists. Originally part of the Cultural Olympiad for the London 2012 Olympics, Unlimited has become the biggest and best programme like it in the world, and for the first time extends to Scotland.

Tramway’s Unlimited Festival includes premieres and acclaimed productions, exhibitions and participation opportunities, diverse city centre installations and a family day on 25 September.

Follow these links to read more about what's on and book your tickets:

NCA Small Theatre: Hiraeth
21st Century Challenges: 43 Percent
Claire Cunningham and Jess Curtis: The Way you Look (at me) Tonight
Jack Dean: Grandad and the Machine
Sheila Hill: Him
Marc Brew Company: MayBe
Liz Carr: Assisted Suicide The Musical
Jo Bannon: Alba
Candoco: Counteracts

Direct link to book any day tickets>

Aaron Williamson: Demonstrating the World
Bekki Perriman: The Doorways Project

Exhibitions
Cameron Morgan: Put your Sweet Lips Closer to the Phone
Namo Ato: Outside In
Maki Yamazaki: Pioneer [03]
Billy Saga: The Streets are Watching

Tickets on sale now. 
Brochure available to download as a PDF or a Word Document.
It is also audio descriped in MP3 files, available to download on the right of this page (20 minutes, 7 sections) 
If you would like to request a print version, or a large-print text only version, please email info@tramway.org

http://www.tramway.org

Tramway, 25 Albert Drive Glasgow, G41 2PE

0845 330 3501

 

Josh Kelley, OranMor, Monday 12 September, 2016
Matchbox Cineclub Pura Sangre Thu 15 September 2016 CCA

This section: Art - what's on, Dance, Events, Fairs, Festivals and Fundraisers, What's On Glasgow West End, What's on Glasgow: Students, What's on in Glasgow: Theatre and Comedy

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