Tagged: disabled

Future as Celebration: Transpose @ the Barbican

In a world that feels bleak, it is important not to accustom ourselves to living without the hope that we can build a better future.
At Transpose: The Future (Barbican Centre, 6th-8th Dec), a collection of trans artists come together to explore how this could be done, through mediums ranging from opera to electronica and poetry.
Tickets from £5 (conc) to £15 (standard).

Disabled at Uni: 1. Applying to study

Introducing the Disabled at Uni series This covers a number of aspects of the disabled student experience, serving as advice and guidance on studying as a disabled student, the support that’s out there, and how to access it. Applying to...

A black and white image of a young person in a wheelchair. Their head is resting on a wheelchair headreast. They have dark hair and a dark beard, and are wearing glasses. They are white, and they are wearing a black t-shirt with grey lettering, saying "PISS ON PITY"

Adaption = grief + pragmatism

For me, the hardest thing about living with progressive impairment rather than the static impairment I hoped I had is that shifting relationship with the ground. Just as I know what I can do, and what I can expect, this...

Living the Life I Want: The Freedom to Fail

This is part 2 of a blog exploring my “living the life you want” panel discussion at the annual Young People’s stream of the Muscular Dystrophy UK conference. I spoke alongside Lucy Watts and Fi Anderson, and discussed two issues...