Come and join the digital orchestra, create a green screen film and learn how to make stop motion animation with the WacArts team!
World renowned digital artist and painter joins us at Parallel London and will be creating new pieces of work throughout the day and offering workshops for all.
Photographer Polly will be asking participants to share one thing that they want Parallel London attendees to know about them. Look out for a special photographic workshop running on the day.
deaf and hearing ensemble
A group of D/deaf and hearing actors, directors, theatre makers, writers, artists, musicians, dancers and all round lovely people coming together to meet each other and tell each other stories.
An introduction to acting for 11-19 year olds run by triple threat, David Proud; actor, writer and producer!
Laura Richter, a graduate Fashion Designer will be showcasing her latest fashion collection inspired by inclusive design.
Wildcats is a fully inclusive theatre school based in Stamford, Lincolnshire. The school offer part time classes to children aged 2-16 years, and a full time Academy to those aged 16 and over.
Come and take part in a workshop based around the hit film ‘Frozen’. Using songs from the film children will learn a routine and perform to parents and others attending the event. The routine will have movement - those with limited lower body mobility will be able to use ribbons as part of their dance whilst actions will be used to show the different parts of the song. Suitable for children of all ages!
Come and meet Elsa and Ana too! They will be available for ‘selfies’ throughout the day!
The Wildcats are proud to be performing at Parallel London 2016! During each performance they will showcase dance pieces and songs - sing along with us as we perform to well known tracks. Princess Elsa will also be singing Let it Go - come and see her and have your picture taken too.
Workshop: 11am - 12 midday
Performances: 10am, 2pm and 4pm
An interactive, high quality live music workshop that will be host to children and parents, using various interactive tangible objects.
Performances: 12 midday and 3pm
Performing a mixture of popular hits and their own original music specifically written for the event to celebrate the diversity of their members and the Parallel London audience.
Performing at 2.30pm
Silverbirch Dance Company
Leading fully accessible creative dance workshops for participants of any age or ability – games, exercises and improvisational techniques will stretch and involve everyone to their maximum potential.
Come and join Suzanne and Tracy from Singing Hands for a fun-packed multi-sensory session of songs and stories with Makaton signing. Suzanne and Tracy’s eclectic repertoire of songs feature signs and symbols for farm animals, jungle animals, weather, colours, emotions, numbers and so much more! The sessions are all-inclusive and suitable for all abilities. Suzanne and Tracy are both parents of children with additional needs and are qualified Regional Makaton Tutors. They have appeared on the Cbeebies award-winning show “Something Special” with Mr Tumble and they produce a range of DVDs, CDs and books in association with the Makaton Charity.
Don’t miss their performances at 11am and 2pm!
The Curly Hair Project
The curly hair project is a UK social enterprise dedicated to supporting women and girls with Asperger's Syndrome and ASD and their neurotypical loved ones.
Disabled Survivors Unite
An organisation working to raise awareness of the issues regarding abuse and sexual violence against the disabled community.
The Include Choir
Showcase your singing prowess with a workshop run by the Include Choir using Makaton sign, objects of reference and other inclusive communication techniques to aid understanding and participation.