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Be part of Oska Bright Film Festival

We're currently looking for films for Oska Bright - the world's leading learning disability film festival. If you, or someone you know, has a film made by, or featuring in lead roles, people with learning disabilities, autism or aspergers - we'd love to see it. Submissions are open until 30 March 2019.
Click here to find out more and submit your film

Listen to our new radio drama
A Month Of Detention

Back in Autumn 2018, seven artists worked on producing ‘A Month Of Detention’, a story about two school friends working together to get revenge on a bully.

Carousel artist Jason Eade wrote the script and led workshops in character development, delivering dialogue and narration, producing foley sound fx and choosing music. 
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Don't forget The Rock House now takes place on Monday's at the Green Door Store. The next event is on Monday 18th February.

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The Carousel House Band has been working on a project called Synthesize Me! They've been creating music inspired by the work of pioneering electronic musicians Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram.
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Have you got the next Blue Camel Club in you diary? We're back at The Old Market on 25 March. Tickets on sale now.
Book now

We're delighted to be one of Co-Op's selected charities for their Local Community Fund. Every time you buy something at Co-Op in Seven Dials, Ridgeland House or Dyke Road and use your Co-Op card a percentage of your spend gets donated to us!

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And from our friends...
Shape Arts have opened submissions for The Shape Open at Nunnery Gallery at Bow Arts. This year the theme is ‘In Circles’. The deadline is 12 noon, Monday 15 April 2019 and artists can apply here.
Re-Imagine Learning discussion at Lighthouse, Feb 27, 6:30-9pm

Artists, producers and educators Dan Locke, Persephone Pearl, Megan Leckie & Melanie Terrade share their approaches to engaging children with issues such as climate change, community & the environment. The panel will discuss experiences of running events & look at how art can be used as a tool to capture children’s imaginations & encourage them to take an active role in their own futures.

Naidex, Europe's most established event dedicated to the future of disability and independent living is back for its 45th anniversary on the 26th & 27th of March 2019! 
Join over 15,000 visitors at Birmingham’s NEC and enjoy the latest trends and innovations that are taking accessibility and inclusion to the next level, as well as empowering people with a disability.
Register for your FREE ticket at
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