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Can’t wait for this one – and great to hear that Improbable’s Devoted & Disgruntled UK 13 has better access support than ever before. See you there! In partnership with New Diorama Theatre.
In association with Royal & Derngate, Northampton and The Core at Corby Cube

Join us in London on January 20-22 for Devoted and Disgruntled 13 – the unconventional convention for everyone who loves, makes and lives theatre and the performing arts.

D&D is an opportunity for arts people at every point in their careers, from audiences to artists, CEOs to FOH staff, grassroots groups to seasoned professionals, to come together and focus on the question WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO ABOUT THEATRE AND THE PERFORMING ARTS?

The Open Space format means everyone attending sets the agenda as anyone can call a session, so you get to bring the issues and topics you want to discuss to this national conversation.

The more voices in the room, the richer the Open Space, so we’re pulling out all the stops to ensure that D&D13 will be our most accessible D&D ever.

Tickets are at our lowest price ever – £20 Full and £10 Concession for the full 2.5 day event. We also offering a 5-for-4 group deal for colleagues and friends, a bargain £16 a person.

Our hosts, New Diorama Theatre, have 150 FREE tickets to give away to BAMER participants. Check the event webpage for details on how to apply.

Thanks to the generosity of participants at D&D 12, we have bursaries on offer for young people – see our website for details.

And thanks to Royal & Derngate and the Core at Corby Cube, we are able to offer a wide variety of Access support to D/deaf, disabled, neurodivergent and Visually Impaired participants – ranging from free tickets for PAs to BSL interpreters, from quiet spaces to disabled parking. See our website for full Access information. Tell us what else you need to be there and we’ll do our best to make it happen.

In short, we want you at D&D 13! So book now and be part of this national discussion about the future of theatre and the performing arts.

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Saturday night 7pm at A Bit Of A Do 🤩

INSTAGRAMMING THE APOCALYPSE by Byron Vincent

Who do you trust when the news is fake, you’re partner is cheating on you and global politics is an exploding clown car? Byron Vincent is diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, but with dying icons, impending climate catastrophe and that bloke from Home Alone Two in charge of worlds largest nuclear arsenal; isn’t abject panic the only sane response?

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Byron Vincent is a multi-award winning writer, performer and broadcaster. He has written for the Guardian and Radio 4, and is a campaigner on issues around mental health and poverty.

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Tickets are FREE but limited!! Book yours here http://www.drunkenchorus.co.uk/a-bit-of-a-do/

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We have an exciting night of performance lined up for you featuring fabulous all-singing, all-dancing, lip-syncing cabaret from Ebony Rose Dark.

BSL / English interpreted

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