Jamie Hale is shown in a pop art style in their powered wheelchair. The colour of their photograph has been made black and white and then their trousers have been painted purple and their top is blue. The background is yellow and the words CRIPtic span the width of the image in red bold font behind Jamie.

Jamie Hale: CRIPtic Pit Party

Audio described in-house.

Award-winning artist Jamie Hale curates a joyful and uplifting Pit Party comprising a mixed bill of creative, political and responsive work by d/Deaf and disabled performers.

Following their sold-out Pit Party in 2019, Jamie invites d/Deaf and disabled artists to respond to the theme of ‘the stories we tell ourselves, about ourselves, by ourselves’. Sets will include music, spoken word, poetry and a dynamic collaboration between Deaf hip hop artists.

Barbican Open Lab alumni and Evening Standard Future Theatre Fund winner Jamie Hale returns following their sold-out Pit Party in 2019. These performances are the culmination of an artistic development programme led by Jamie, supporting a cultural arts scene that has been hit hard by the pandemic. Their Pit Party recreates deeply personal experiences rarely represented on stage in a spirited, celebratory atmosphere.

Event image: Jamie Hale is shown in a pop art style in their powered wheelchair. The colour of their photograph has been made black and white and then their trousers have been painted purple and their top is blue. The background is yellow and the words CRIPtic span the width of the image in red bold font behind Jamie.

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Venue

Barbican Centre

Silk StreetLondonEC2Y 8DS
020 7638 8891 Visit venue website