A Bit of A Do is Drunken Chorus’ thrilling, inclusive three-day celebration of unique new theatre, dance and comedy hosted by DISCO DISCO Croydon’s theatre company for artists with learning disabilities.
The FREE mini-festival features comedy from TANYALEE DAVIS (Live at The Apollo, Abnormally Funny People), a guest performance from Olivier Award Winner and cult cabaret performer URSULA MARTINEZ (La Soiree/La Clique, Duckie, Edinburgh Fringe, Barbican) and new theatre from the head-turning Unlimited-commissioned artist ABY WATSON among many others.
With performances by a whole cast of artists and companies with and without disabilities, Front of House provided by a team of ten with learning disabilities trained exclusively for the festival by Willow Learning for Life and Mencap, British Sign Language interpretation and and communication assistance and a range of craft beers brewed by adults with learning disabilities under the mentorship of social enterprise Ignition Brewery, A Bit of Do may be one of the most inclusive festivals London has ever seen!
*All events at the festival take place at Stanley Halls in South Norwood and are free but booking is advised Ages 16+ only. Fully wheelchair accessible. Friday and Saturday are British Sign Language interpreted.
BSL interpretation (Friday, Saturday), wheelchair accessible, communication assistants facilitating d/Deaf/hearing audience members + artists