This year, DaDaFest will be launching a new live streaming service for those who cannot attend the festival personally.
Working with York-based theatre company Pilot Theatre and Liverpool John Moores University, DaDaFest will stream events for viewers to watch around the world.
Alongside this, DaDaFest will be interviewing artists and key speakers at events for the “Under the Skin” video series, which will delve deeper and explore key disability-related issues relating to the arts sector and beyond.
DaDaFest International 2016 Livestream Calendar
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) has been used for the below times.
You can access an international clock here: www.timeanddate.com/worldclock
DaDaFest International Congress (Day One)
Thursday 1 December (9:30am to 4:30pm)
“All the world’s a stage… but not if you can’t get on it.” – This 2 days Congress will examine the current position of disability & Deaf arts and what direction it needs to go in to maintain exposure. Speakers include: Heidi Thomas, John McGrath & Jenny Sealey MBE.
Livestreams will cover sessions from: 10:15am to 12:25pm & 3pm to 4:30pm
The Kindness of Strangers
Thursday 1 December (7:30pm)
An intricate and personal promenade piece by Tim Jeeves focusing on the bone marrow transplant he had as a teenager and how he came to appreciate the kindness of strangers.
Stay tuned to our social media channels for more live coverage at events throughout the festival.