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Venues a r e f u l l y i P e r f o r m a n c e s will be B . S . L I n t e r p r e t e d and where appropriate, d e s c r i b e d in Braille o r l a r g e p r i n t . General Festival I n f o r m a t i o n is also a v a i a b i e in Braille, l a r g e p r i n t a n d o n t a p e . B.S.L. I n t e r p r e t e r s w f l b e a v a i a b i e f o r w o r k s h o p s if requested. Don't be p u t off a n event because of a lack of t r a n s p o r t , give D A S H 9 7 a r i n g a n d w e will b e p l e a s e d t o help! Unless o t h e r w i s e s t a t e d , f o r Festival I n f o r m a t i o n a n d booking, c o n t a c t D A S H 9 7 o n : Phone: 0 1 7 4 3 4 4 0 9 7 2 Minicom: 0 1 7 4 3 4 4 4 5 6 9 Fax: 0 1 7 4 3 4 6 1 3 4 9

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Photography Art Exhibitions Performances Workshops Residencies Venues are accessible Performances will be signed and where appropriate, audin described


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a n d a c h i e v e m e n t s of a r t i s t s w h o have disabilities. T h e Festival w a s a r e s o u n d i n g s u c c e s s a n d s o t h i s y e a r r e t u r n s t o r a i s e t h e p r o f i l e of a n d d e v e l o p , t h e

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T h i s S u m m e r , l e t D A S H b e o n e of t h o s e ' O n c e In A W h i l e s ' , a n d t a k e heed of w h a t t h e M u s i c i a n J o h n n y C r e s c e n d o d e m a n d s "Stay S t r o n g , Stay P r o u d , Stay Angry", but m o s t importantly as f a r as t h e DASH 9 7 F e s t i v a l is c o n c e r n e d Many t h a n k s t o everybody c o n c e r n e d . And t o all o t h e r g r o u p s , businesses and venues w h o have s u p p o r t e d individual events and will be personally thanked a t each of t h e s e .

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See you there! M a r i e Oldaker, Festival C o - o r d i n a t o r .

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Tuesday 24th June ( 7 . 3 0 p.m. 1 0 . 3 0 p.m.) 'The Plume Of Feathers' Pub, Harley, IMr. Much Wenlock

An Evening of Poetry and Stories with Peter Street and Richard Walker. (Two local Poets, Ruth Leak and Janette Hardy-Pierce will also be performing their poetry at this event.) Relax with a pint at the end of a long summer's day, and let your imagination drift away as you are taken on a journey of image, experience, magic and tradition. "Peter Street's poems celebrate 'ordinary' life. But he knows that this covers every kind of fear, frustration, hope - disappointed or fulfilled; pleasure - denied or achieved. About his emotions he writes with a raw truthfulness, an eye [and ear) for telling detail, and an often startling memory." Alan Brownjohn. 'Time spent with a storyteller is never wasted; rather it's a journey into a special world of 'what if and 'why not'. Richard Walker is a Journeyman Storyteller who delights in sharing his ever growing repertoire of glorious tales, mostly taken from the treasure house of tradition.'

Friday 2 7 t h June ( 7 . 3 0 p.m. 1 0 . 3 0 p.m.) Oakengates Theatre, Oakengates, Telford ÂŁ 5 .0 0 (ÂŁ3.50 concessions)

The DASH 9 7 Showcase Event! A variety Performance in Cabaret Style featuring artists who received the Disability Arts Initiative Award and with a special appearance from 'Heart n' Soul' Music Theatre Company.

'Wonder B a r b a r a ' Wonder Barbara, a comedienne based in London; will compere the Showcase Event. She challenges and entertains with her dry, persuasive sense of humour, and will introduce the evening's line-up of entertainment, including:

H e a r t 'n Soul M u s i c T h e a t r e Company Heart 'n Soul return to Shropshire this year following the resounding success of their first visit for DASH 96. 'The Experience' is an hour long show of dynamic, vibrant and footstomping delight, blending a whole host of musical styles! It is a musical trip celebrating the vital expression of the culture of people with learning disabilities.

M i k e Taylor Mike Taylor is a self taught guitar player and pianist. He writes, sings and records his own music and we look forward to the imminent release of his first CD.

Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company Since their appearance in DASH 96, Blue Eyed Soul have continued to grow in strength and reputation as the region's most celebrated integrated community dance company. The DASH '97! Celebrate t h e difference

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company has been working with some of Britain's leading choreographers to create a diverse and unique programme of dance.

ACE D r a m a Group ACE Drama, an integrated group from Oswestry; has been developing their skills through the input of professional artists, and return to DASH 9 7 to perform a specially commissioned piece of work for the Festival Showcase.

Monday 30th June (7.30 p.m.) Ludlow Assembly Rooms, Mill Street, Ludlow £5.00 (£3.50

D.E.A.F. Sign T h e a t r e DEAF Sign Theatre has been formed by members of the Deaf Equal Access Forum in Shropshire. DASH 9 7 sees the launch of their expressive and innovative form of theatre, and exposes the heightened degree of communication that can be represented through sign language.

Shrewsbury College Dance Group A local dance group of people with learning difficulties brings their exciting, personal and challenging work to the Showcase Event. Book in advance To reserve tickets phone the Theatre Box Office: 0 1 9 5 2 619020

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'An E r r o r Of Judgement' with Strathcona Theatre Company An Error Of Judgement questions how disabled people can challenge society's obsession with power personal, political and sexual. It is presented through a fusion of narrative, dance, mime and a specially commissioned musical score. The performance will unweave a web of crime, deceit and destruction in this controversial modern thriller. Strathcona Theatre Company is a National Touring Company, employing a group of 8 learning disabled professional actors who devise original, incisive and inspirational physical theatre pieces. Book in advance To reserve tickets phone the Box Office on: 0 1 5 8 4 8 7 8 1 4 1

Tuesday 1 st July (4.30 p.m. 7.30 p.m.) The Long Mynd Hotel, Church Stretton £3.00 (includes High Tea)

A Feast Of Song A n d Dance A Ballroom Tea Dance Concert, with Live Music from: Peter Sturdy. Described as the Disability Art Movement's answer to Frank Sinatra, Peter is an 'old style' Crooner who's rich velvety voice re-creates old and newer Classics alike. "It was a performance worthy of 'Old Blue Eyes' himself." Jamie Beddard (Take Note! 2) Clare Graydon-James. Believed to be the only blind or visually impaired Professional Concert and Opera singer in the country. Clare will deliver an upbeat performance of Jazz and Show tunes including the music of George Gershwin. Book in advance To reserve tickets phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972 DASH 'D7! Celebrate the difference 5


Wednesday 2nd July (7.30 p.m. 11.00 p.m.) The Birchmeadow Centre, Broseley £3.00 (£2.00 concessions)

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Broseley Folk N i g h t Treat yourself to an evening of folk song, music, merriment and good company, with: Julie McNamara. W i t h "The voice of an angel stirring the heart to song", Julie McNamara takes her audience on a journey of extr&mes in emotion, through a powerful mix of beautiful classic Irish ballads, hard-hitting political commentary and sharp wit. Ian Stanton. Once described as the "Bob Dylan of the Disability Arts Movement", Ian delivers a mixture of music, song and mischievous humour, to poke fun at the prejudice that disabled people face. Johnny Crescendo. Returning to DASH 9 7 by popular demand, Johnny Crescendo is a powerful singer/song writer and performance poet, who focuses on the positive identities of disability through his music and anecdotes. Book in advance To reserve tickets phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

Saturday 5th July (7.30 p.m.) The Music Hall, Shrewsbury £5.00 (£3.50 concessions)

The DASH 9 7 Festival Finale Performance A Grand Finale Night celebrating the finest in Music, Theatre and Dance! Caroline Parker. Caroline is a 'Signed Song' artist, who's unique form of performance has been created through her own experience of having a hearing impairment. She transforms the everyday patterns and textures of sign language into a colourful tapestry of movement and meaning. Last year

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she 'wowed' audiences with her stunning interpretations of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. This year . . . 'Spice Girls' watch out! Caroline will also compere the Finale night which includes: Eye Contact Dance Company. Eye Contact is a celebrated Dance Company which includes dancers with visual impairments and sighted dancers. They are re-working their most acclaimed performance to date, 'Sub-Vision' specifically for the Finale evening of the Festival. Sub Vision is a journey through colour in the mind's eye of a blind person. With Sub Vision the company use live music, poetry and stories, large projected images, smell, sound, touch and taste; to communicate their journey through colour. Mat Fraser. "Who says Disability Music can't be mainstream?" Described as the 'Thalidomide Ninja', M a t Fraser hits an audience with his unique disability rap and poetry, 'quickly converting an empty stage into his own rich domain'. Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company. For their second major appearance in DASH 9 7 Blue Eyed Soul's performances will include the World Premiere of the work created with Kate Gower of Ricochet Dance Company, plus a re-working of Louise Katerega's Dis Comfort Zone and the 'all women' piece Me Mam, me Gran, and me Aunty Edith. Book in advance To reserve tickets phone the Box Office on: 0 1 7 4 3 2 4 4 2 5 5

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Workshops Storytelling Workshop and Poetry Surgery with Richard Walker (storyteller) and Peter Street (poet). (for info, about Richard and Peter look under 'performances') You will need a pen and some paper. (Also, any poems you have created and would like to share in the poetry surgery, although this is entirely optional.)

A Day To Remember! Friday 2 7 t h June (10 a.m. 3 p.m.) The Festival Centre, Frogmore Road, Market Drayton. FREE

Max. 15 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

Dance Workshop with Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company. (for info, about the company look under 'performances'} Wear loose comfortable clothing and bare feet or light weight shoes. Open to people with or without physical disability. No experience necessary! Max. 20 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

A r t Training Day (For Artists with disabilities) with Euryl Stevens. A day to meet other artists, explore new techniques and develop skills. Finished work will be exhibited at 5, Belmont for the remainder of the Festival. Euryl Stevens currently lectures at Shrewsbury College Of Arts And Technology. Her personal style is full and expressive. She produces a wide variety of work from small sized poster paintings to oils and large paper collages using a mixture of different paper and acrylic paint. The work is bright, bold and full of energy! Max. 18 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972 DASH '97! Celebrate the difference 10

with 'Shropshire Reminiscence'. An open day operating on a 'drop-in' basis which will focus on the changing images of disability over the years. Displays, speakers, information, photographs, crafts... Active participation and involvement is encouraged through reminiscence techniques including story, art, crafts, music, poetry and conversation. How circumstances and disability have affected lives. How attitudes have changed over the years. How society's image and reaction to disability has changed. What experiences and messages do you have that could be shared through reminiscence? For more information, contact Susan White (Shropshire Reminiscence) on: 01743 255000

'Co-Pilots' Saturday 2 8 t h June (11 a.m. 4 p.m.) Sunday 2 9 t h June (11 a.m. 5 p.m.) ShYAIM 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. ÂŁ5.00

with Shropshire Youth Service and Local Artists. A weekend of Youth Art and Media workshops including Drama/Dance, Music Making, Video and Art/Craft. This will include a sharing of work at the end of Sunday's session. Book in advance. Bring a packed lunch. Light refreshments available. For more information and a booking form, phone Barry Tench on: 0 1 7 4 6 763967

'Living Gallery' - Residency Monday 30th June Friday 4th July (10 a.m. 3.30 p.m.) ShYAN 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury

with 'Trading Faces' Mask Theatre. A week's residency with the Nationally acclaimed Mime Theatre Company, Trading Faces. A group of school students invited from across Shropshire with and without visual impairment, will be working on a 'Living Gallery' Project [including mime, mask making, visual a r t and physical theatre), and performing to an invited audience at the end of the week. DASH '97! Celebrate the difference 11


Signed Song Workshop

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Ludlow Assembly Rooms, Ludlow

with Strathcona Theatre Company. (for info, about the company look under 'performances'] No experience necessary. Open to people with and without learning disability. (open only to people who have attended the Performance on the previous evening.)

with Caroline Parker. (for info, about Caroline, look under 'performances') An exploration of the techniques used to translate and portray songs through sign. Learn how to perform song visually and to 'listen' to music! Some experience of signing would be helpful.

Max. 25 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 5 8 4 878141

Max. 15 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

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with the Lome Street Project Group and Janette Hardy-Pierce. A day exploring contrasting skills and techniques in the more unusual art forms of mosaic and encaustic art [wax painting). Lome Street Day Lome Street has received The Disability Arts Initiative Award for the production Centre, Lome Street, of a mosaic at the centre. This is a Oswestry chance to see the work in progress and to have a go at doing it yourself!

with Eye Contact Dance Company. (for info, about Eye Contact, look under 'performances') An opportunity to experience a unique multi-sensory approach to dance and movement. The workshop format has been developed over 7 years of exploration by visually impaired and sighted people working together. Open to anyone and especially those with visual impairment. Wear loose comfortable clothing and bare feet.

Janette has developed her own style of encaustic art by producing paintings in strong radiant colour through the application of hot wax with an iron. This technique will be explored during the afternoon session. (You will need a plastic biscuit box or something similar for a mould, rubber gloves and a bag of small flat pebbles. Also, a plastic tray (like a cat litter tray} and a travelling iron, if you have them don't worry if you don't!) Max. 15 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 4 4 0 9 7 2 This event is supported by the 'Oswestry Takes Off Festival running from 1 2 - 1 9 t h July. Phone: 0 1 6 9 1 6 7 9 6 3 1

Max. 15 places - Book in advance. To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

Percussion Rhythm Workshop Saturday 5th July (2 p.m. - 4 p.m.) The Music Hall, Shrewsbury ÂŁ 2 .0 0

with Mat Fraser. (for info, about Mat Fraser, look under 'performances') Mat's unique approach to percussion has come about from the shape of his hands. The workshop will explore ways of holding, creating sound, and working in rhythm, with various percussive instruments in new and exciting ways. No experience necessary. Max. 12 places - Book in advance To reserve places phone: 0 1 7 4 3 440972

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'Out Of The Shadows' 23rd June 28th June (9 a.m. 5.30 p.m.)

30th June 5th July (9 a.m. 5.30.p.m.) The Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury

An exhibition, rich in diversity and approach, demonstrating the high quality of work being achieved by disabled artists in Shropshire. 'Out Of The Shadows' is the largest collection of its kind to be put together locally and profiles work from winners of The Disability Arts Initiative for 1 9 9 6 / 9 7 . Work ranges from detailed pencil drawings, to large oils, stained glass, textiles and mixed media. Exhibiting alongside past and present award winners will be two other local disabled artists, Julie Hill and If or Jones; and entrants to this year's Festival Visual Arts project which took the DASH theme 'Celebrate The Difference' as its stimulus. This will be accompanied by Festival information, work in progress and a display showing the preparation work 'towards DASH 97..' This year's award winning artists are: Hilda Simpson, Veronica Thomas, Garry Hill, Michael Gerson, Ann Ewin, Maureen Palmer, Denise Wall and Betty Evans.

'Artworks' Tuesday 24th June Friday 4th July (10.30 a.m. 2.30 p.m.) Stirchley Day Centre, Telford

Created, organised, produced, framed, hung and exhibited by members of Stirchley Day Centre, 'Artworks' is an exhibition with a difference! By housing the exhibition at its own studio base, the audience is able to see both the full range of finished art works and all the working processes that are involved in creating the displays. Artists are always on hand to talk about the exhibition and their individual entries, and can be seen creating more of their own work on site. For more information contact Heather Prescott on 0 1 9 5 2 595543.

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Thursday 26th June

Official Opening Of Dash 9 7 with Private Viewing of 'Out Of The Shadows', Art Exhibition. Telford Shopping Centre. 8 - 9a.m. ft

'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition Continues Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

'Out Of The Shadows' Art Exhibition opens to public. Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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'Another Day, Another DAN Action' Photographic Exhibition opens. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft

'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m. ft

Private Viewing of 'Artworks* Exhibition. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 1.30 - 3.00p.m. ft

Friday 27th June

Shropshire Disability Consortium A.G.M. (open to consortium members and general public] The Shrewsbury and Oswestry Rooms, Shirehall, Shrewsbury. 7p.m.

Tuesday 24th June "Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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Storytelling Workshop and Poetry Surgery [with Richard Walker and Peter Street). William Brookes School, Much Wenlock. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m. 'Artworks' Exhibition opens to public. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 1 0 . 3 0 - 2.30p.m. ft 'Another Day, Another DAN Action' Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft •Pppst...!' An evening of Poetry and Stories. The Plume Of Feathers Pub, Hariey, Nr Much Wenlock. 7.30 - 10.30p.m.

Monday 23rd June Saturday 5th July (10 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

Photographic exhibition by Peter Street. A close up and personal representation of a day in the life of the disabled civil rights campaign.

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'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition Continues Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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A Day To Remember! Reminiscence Open Day focusing on the changing images of disability. The Festival Centre, Market Drayton 10a.m. - 3p.m.

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'Another Day, Another DAN Action' Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hafl, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft The DASH 9 7 Showcase Event!' with Shropshire Arts Initiative Performers and Heart n' Soul Music Theatre. Oakengates Theatre, Telford. 7.30 - 10.30p.m. j3

Saturday 28th June 'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition Continues Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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'Another Day, Another DAN Action' Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft 'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 1 0 . 3 0 - 2.30p.m. ft Dance Workshop with Blue Eyed Soul Dance Co. Bridgnorth Leisure Centre. 7.30 - 9. 30p.m.

"Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition Continues Telford Shopping Centre. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m. Art Training Day [for artists with disabilities]. 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 3p.m.

'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m.

Wednesday 25th June

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'Co-Pilots' A weekend of Youth Art and Media workshops 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 11a.m. - 4p.m. 'Another Day, Another DAN Action' Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Halt, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft

Sunday 29th June "Co-Pilots' A weekend of Youth Art and Media workshops with presentations. 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 11a.m. - 5p.m.


DASH d i a r y Monday 30th June

Thursday 3rd July

'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition re-opens. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m - 5.30p.m

'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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Five day residency with Trading Faces Theatre Co. begins. 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. 5 'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre,Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m.

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Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft 'Mosaics'. A Mosaic Art workshop with the Lome Street Project Group and Janette Hardy-Pierce. The Lome Street Centre, Oswestry. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m

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Strathcona Theatre Company, 'An Error Of Judgement' {the UKs leading disabled Theatre Co.] Ludlow Assembly Rooms. 7.30p.m.

Tuesday 1 s t July "Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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Friday 4th July

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'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

Theatre workshop with Strathcona Theatre Company. Ludlow Assembly Rooms. 10.15a.m. - 12.30

Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hail, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft

Residency with Trading Faces continues. 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m.

'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m.

'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Oay Centre, Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m.

Residency with Trading Faces continues, ending with a 'Living Gallery' informal performance to invited audience (3 - 3.30p.m.) 5, Betmont, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m.

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'A Feast Of Song And Dance' A Tea dance concert with Live music. The Long Mynd Hotel, Church Stretton. 4.30 - 7.30p.m. ji

Wednesday 2nd July 'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft Residency with Trading Faces continues. 5, Belmont, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 3.30p.m. 'Artworks' Exhibition continues. Stirchley Day Centre, Telford. 10.30 - 2.30p.m.

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Saturday 5th July 'Out Of The Shadows' Exhibition continues. Pride Hill Centre, Shrewsbury. 9a.m. - 5.30p.m.

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Geoff Young and Diane Bailey for Eye Contact Dance Company Peter Gwynn for Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company Hugh Glendinning for Strathcona Theatre Company Chris Ledger for Ian Stanton

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Photographic Exhibition continues. The Music Halt, Shrewsbury. 10a.m. - 5p.m. ft Signed Song workshop with Caroline Parker The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10.30 - 3.30p.m. Contact Dance workshop with Eye Contact Dance Co. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 10.30 - 1p.m.

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Dance Workshop for children, with Blue Eyed Soul Dance Co. [fully booked] Priory School, Shrewsbury. 1.15 - 2.45p.m. Broseley Folk Night [with Julie McNamara, Ian Stanton and Johnny Crescendo]. Birchmeadow Centre, Broseley. 7.30 - 11p.m. fl

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Very special thanks to: Andrew, Sue, Sally T, Sally E, all at SDC, Joy, Barbara, Karen, Gibby, Mike, John, Ifor, Chris White, Alison Holmes, Barry Tench, Neil Rathmell, Heather Prescott, Susan White, Chris Maddocks.

Percussion Rhythm workshop with Mat Fraser The Music Hall, Shrewsbury 2 - 4p.m. The DASH Finale Night Performance with 'Eye Contact' Dance Co., Caroline Parker, Mat Fraser and Blue Eyed Soul Dance Co. The Music Hall, Shrewsbury. 7.30p.m.

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Festival of Disability Arts 1997  

Programme for the Festival of Disability Arts 1997 which was held across Shropshire.

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