Ten T’s: A Brief History of Disability Activism
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Towards the end of the 1970s a radical arts movement took off that led to significant changes in the way Britain operated – from increased accessibility on public transport to the 1995 Disability Act. At the heart of the Disability Arts Movement was stand-up comedian Barbara Lisicki. In this talk, Lisicki uses protest T-shirts to tell the modern history of disability activism in the UK.
This event takes place within our London Festival Hub. Our Hub venues are all within a 5-minutes walking distance from each other so you can easily travel between talks. Remember: there's a 20-25 minute break between each talk to make it as easy as possible to get to the talks you like.
A limited allocation of discounted tickets is available for recipients of Universal or Pension Credit, full-time students and those under the age of 16. Concession-priced tickets are sold on first-come-first-served basis, and once sold no further tickets are available by any method of booking. Concession prices may not be applicable on top price tickets for certain events. Please note discounts cannot be combined and you will be asked for suitable identification.