Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Ally Craig, Ben Bastin, Bug Prentice, Liberty Festival, National Paralympic Day, Olympic Park, Stephen Gilchrist
Ally Craig is playing a set at Mayor of London’s Liberty Festival, part of National Paralympic Day at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on Saturday 7th September 2013. He will be joined by Ben Bastin on double bass, and fellow Bug Prentice member Stephen Gilchrist on drums.
For the first time at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the Liberty Festival presents an exciting programme of Deaf and disability arts including street theatre, dance, live music, film, installations and children’s activities. Don’t miss the new dance performance commissioned exclusively for Liberty Festival entitled Cube of Curiosity, prepare to be amazed by Graeae’s inspiring performance ‘The Limbless Knight’, plus there’ll be a special appearance from singer Andrea Begley, winner of the BBC’s ‘The Voice’.
Liberty Festival runs from 1-6pm, with Ally’s set starting at 2:25. Entry is free, no ticket required.
If you want to see some amazing disability sporting events, you need to register for free tickets from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
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