2012 Photo Gallery Click on any photograph to see the full version. Mik Scarlet MCs the end-of-festival party on 18 December at the Hub in Canning Town. Robin Sturgeon aka Angry Fish performs on 18 December. Penny Pepper shows off her festival medal, provided by the Mayor of Newham. Marcus Barr performing at the Hub party on 19 November 2012. Mik Scarlet comperes the end-of-festival party on 19 December 2012. Learning to edit at Gary Thomas’s low budget filmmaking workshop at Durning Hall on 6 December 2012. Signdance Collective International perform the UK premiere of The Other Side of the Coin to celebrate International Day of Disabled People. One World conference at St John’s Church to celebrate International Day of Disabled People Poets at the Pop-Up Poetry Cafe on 1 December. The Garden Cafe gains a ramp as a result of the Together! festival. The Winter Crafts workshop at the Hub on 30 November The open poetry workshop at the Garden Cafe on 1 December 2012. Winter sale & Mail Art event 24 November 2012 Participants at the photography workshop led by Ian Farrant (wheelchair user, centre) The Together! exhibition at The Hub for Disability History Month. The Together! exhibition at The Hub for Disability History Month. Saffron Segree assisted CEO Jaspal Dhani in presenting the medals at the performances on 3 September and received a medal herself from Benny Prasad. UKDPC Chair Julie Newman, CEO Jaspal Dhani and the Hon Jan McLucas at UKDPC House. Benny Prasad performs in St John’s Churchyard Signdance Collective International perform New Gold on 5 September 2012. Everybody Bollywood! Muskaan leads the dancing in St John’s Churchyard on 5 September 2012. Muskaan Bollywood wheelchair dancers from Asian People’s Alliance. Signdance Collective International perform Half a Penny UKDPC CEO Jaspal Dhani Participants at the story telling workshop, together with David Roche Stephen Timms MP, Artistic Director Ju Gosling and UKDPC Chair Julie Newman at the Together! Private View. Locally based disabled artists display their Mayor’s medals.