DaDaLive participants performed The Road We Dream On at the Tate Liverpool’s World Perspectives Day on Saturday 28 May 2011. The performance was the culmination of a years’ live art workshops and was devised and written by the young people.
The Road We Dream On is a response by the young people to themes within the A Sense of Perspective exhibition at Tate Liverpool.
Watch the fascinating ‘making of DaDaLive’ mini documentary here:
Watch the final performance of The Road We Dream On here:
DaDaLive is a progressive live art-form programme for Disabled/Deaf young people aged 13-19 years, from Merseyside. The programme is delivered through a partnership between DaDaFest, Fittings Multimedia Arts and Fuse: New Theatre for Young People. To find out more about DaDaLive click here.
DaDaLive was made possible by funding from Big Lottery Fund and Lloyds TSB Foundation for England and Wales. In-kind support was provided by the Bluecoat and Tate Liverpool.