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Colin Hambrook established Disability Arts Online in 2004. Since then he has been editing and maintaining the journal and its social media outlets. In his blog he comments on aspects of stuff going in within Disability Arts and the specific arts programmes Dao is engaged with.. as well being known to vent the occasional rant.

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20 November 2007


I understand that reprobate Crippen's missus has become a blog widow! I'm not surprised. Jeni - do you realise I've got a proposal from him here - 500 words a month it says! He sure knows how to make his words count ... or should that be count his words!? Any road-up, I'm delighted to have Crippen on board. (yes I know I'm supposed to say that) His cartoons have been lighting up my life over this past month - which is just as well since I can't afford ligthbulbs at the...

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Colin Hambrook reviews Liz Carr's 'It hasn't happened yet'

4 November 2007


Photograph of Liz Carr by Graeme Cooper

It's rare I get out and about on the Disability Circuit these days, what with the pressures of family life and constant ongoing health concerns. BUT I was very fortunate to catch Liz Carr at the Peoples' Show Studio in Bethnal Green at the end of the month. It was one of the most original, and definitely the funniest piece of disability theatre I've seen in years. It began with a few gags from the creative director telling the audience what a load of rubbish we'd come to see. I wasn't sure if...

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