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Call for individuals or groups to perform, Young DaDaFest 2016

Deadline: 9am on Monday 7 December 2015.

DaDaFest are now looking for individuals or groups to perform at this years Young DaDaFest 2016!

DaDaFest presents…
Would you like the opportunity to perform* in front of a large audience at a prestigious theatre and music venue? Are you aged between 12 to 25 and would describe yourself
as a disabled, or deaf person, or do you live with a long-term medical condition?

We are looking for individuals or groups (group maximum of 15 people) to perform at this year’s Young DaDaFest events on Wednesday 6th July (music focused) or Thursday
14th July 2015 (performance focused). Our aim is develop and nurture young disabled artists by giving them a platform to perform in front of a large audience.

The Young DaDaFest 2016 theme is Scratch**; and we would want all performers to produce work in response to this theme. Young DaDaFest is planned and organised by
the DaDaFest Young Leadership Group, and they, plus the DaDaFest Artistic team will choose the acts.

Open Call
Young DaDaFest 2016
If you are interested in performing we would like you to send us a completed application form, the form is available to download from our website or contact us and we can email or post you one out. If you need help to complete the form, do get in touch, as we will support you to complete it. We welcome applications in different formats, such as films or audio files.

The deadline for all completed forms is 9am on Monday 7th December; we cannot accept any entries after this date.

Please contact Sam Wade at or call 0151 703 2258 for a form and further information. We look forward to receiving your applications.

* Perform: act, sing, dance, poet, rapper, artist, mime, comedy, magician, etc.
**Scratch: Break, mark or rub, eliminate, erase or withdrawal what happens when we scratch below the surface

Showcasing the creativity of disabled and deaf young people from Merseyside.