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Archive for September, 2010

My dream dinner party guests would be …

BBC Ouch by Ivy Broadhead 22nd September 2010 A decade ago Caroline Bowditch was living on the other side of the world, and as a wheelchair user, saw a career in dance as nothing more than a pipedream. Fast forward to 2010 and she’s swapped her native Australia for the UK, and has a string […]

The 9th Helen Keller International Award

The 9th Helen Keller International Award has now officially opened for entries. Open to any artist, the competition invites entries that focus on exploring the senses and challenging perceptions of deafblindness.  Artworks in any medium are considered for selection and independent judges will choose which entries will be exhibited and have the chance of winning […]

Marc Brew & Caroline Bowditch – Leftovers

Just watch this!

MiXiT / Superheros gig – 20th Sept – Glasgow

Monday 20th September at the Piping Centre in Glasgow by MiXiT (www.mixitmusic.co.uk – who describe themselves as the world’s first inclusive pop group) They will supported by Inverclyde band, the Superheroes just out of the studio from recording their debut album “the trongatesessions”, the Superheroes are here to save the world, or at least play […]

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