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Unlimited Festival 2014

Ian Johnston & Gary Gardiner - Dancer

After a successful debut at London 2012, next month sees the return of the Unlimited Festival to London's Southbank Centre.

Part of a three year programme to support the extraordinary work of disabled artists from across the UK, this year's festival runs from 2 - 7 September and encompasses theatre, dance, music, literature, comedy and visual arts, with Scottish work and performers featuring prominently across the six day programme.

Scotland on the Southbank

  • If These Spasms Could Speak - Robert Softly Gale  
  • Lea Cummings - Cosmic Fields of Endless Possibilities  
  • Claire Cunningham - Guide Gods  
  • Ian Johnston & Gary Gardiner - Dancer  
  •  Marc Brew Company - (i)land  
  • Wendy Hoose - Birds of Paradise and Random Acomplice  
  • Caroline Bowditch - Falling in Love with Frida  
  • Luke Pell & Jo Verrent - Take Me To Bed  

    Watch Ian Johnston & Gary Gardiner talk about their performance, Dancer:

    The full 2014 programme, together with details of how to book tickets, can be found on the Unlimited Festival website

    More about Unlimited

    Unlimited is delivered by the disability-led arts charity Shape and arts producing organisation Artsadmin. It receives funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

    The programme supports disabled artists to develop their practice, and helps them to form new relationships and collaborations with producers, venues and promoters. It also aims to increase distribution of work (through touring, including international touring, and digital iterations) affording greater opportunities for audiences to see some of the very best work from disabled artists across the UK and internationally.

    Watch a video promoting the launch of Unlimited 2014 below:


    This article was published on 22 Aug 2014