Audio described in-house.
Do you sleep in your wheelchair? Are you possessed? Can you have sex? After collapsing during a street dance assessment, Katie found herself with a rather unexpected co-star for both her life and this performance… Wallace the Wheelchair. Whilst her new set of wheels gave her the freedom to move, they also sparked people’s curiosity and thus Katie found herself bombarded with hilariously bizarre questions. Questions that shouldn’t be asked to disabled people but are.
Through wit, movement and laughter, this autobiographical solo(ish) performance examines these questions, the funny, the intrusive and the weird, with the hope of dispelling some of the misconceptions that surround disability. Freedom to Move uses subtitling, British Sign Language, and audio description to create a show that is accessible to all.
Image: A woman stares at the wheels of a wheelchair.
Please note that the audio description for this performance is not delivered by VocalEyes. Every effort has been made to ensure that these details are correct; however, please do double-check with the venue for the availability of introductory notes and touch tours when booking.