Everyone is invited to Liberty Festival 2022, a free, three-day festival from the Mayor of London that guarantees accessibility, inclusivity and a host of fantastic cultural experiences from D/deaf and disabled artists.
Come along to see innovative and ambitious work from artists who want to challenge perceptions of how culture can be performed and experienced by all audiences. The festival will feature a diverse programme of ground-breaking art and performance, interactive installations, a thought-provoking symposium, new commissions and participatory workshops for all.
From internationally renowned artists such as Yinka Shonibare CBE, Touretteshero, Raymond Antrobus, and Selina Thompson to brilliant community organisations, you can look forward to music and dance, theatre, visual art and more.
All events are free and all ages are welcome.
Expect an accessible and inclusive environment. All events will take a Relaxed approach to movement and noise with audiences able to leave and re-enter, tic and move around if needed. There will also be accessible toilets available and quiet chill-out areas to rest and relax in. A welcome hub will be open across the three days, located in the Albany garden.
Stay for a whole day, or just drop into events that are of interest. Enjoy a diverse range of food and drink from cafes and outlets around the area.
Everything in the festival is free to attend, but you will need to book a ticket for the following events: Liberty Symposium, Vijay Patel and Stephen Bailey, Drag Syndrome, Creating an Access Rider, 111, Object Permanence, Who Plays Who?, Mapping in Lewisham, salt:dispersed and Multi-Sensory Happening.