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What’s App, Aunty? Aunty is not a fool, so she demands a lot of answers before deciding to install the new NHS Covid-19 App. Watch her film to find out more about the App and how the NHS is working with the community and local authorities to fight coronavirus. In BSL with English captions and spoken English. Starring Sahera Khan, with voiceovers by Sarifa Patel (Aunty) and Radhika Bynon (her visitor). Produced by Ju Gosling for Together! 2012 CIC.
On 29 October 2018, Together! Dance Club members enjoyed a dance workshop with Menka Nagrani and Les Productions des pieds des mains from Montréal ahead of the VIBE symposium on 1 December. At the end they created this short video.
On Saturday 27 October 12 noon-1pm, the Together! 2012 Outdoor Arts group joined with Natural Theatre Company to launch the Together! 2018 Disability History Month Festival with the World Premiere of ‘Always Waiting’ outside Beckton Globe Library. Produced by Dr Ju Gosling aka ju90.
Fire Dance On a cold day at the community centre, the motion-sensitive heaters became the centre of attention for the Together! 2012 Dance Club. Created in one day on 22 January 2018.
Unicorn On 23 October 2017, Lauren Payne from Anjali dance company launched the Together! 2017 Disability History Month Festival with the world premiere of her debut solo Unicorn.
prisong On 17 November 2017, Newcastle-based artist gobscure launched his exhibition prisong at East Ham library with a spoken word performance followed by a Q&A session. You can watch the full event or a shorter highlights film.
Alien Tourists On 25 November 2017 Together! 2012 CIC’s street art act Alien Tourists was performed at Gallions Reach shopping centre with Natural Theatre Company and the Together! Outdoor Arts group. This short film shows excerpts from the rehearsal and performance. Produced by Dr Ju Gosling aka ju90.
ParaCarnival Parade On 2 December 2017 ParaCarnival paraded through Stratford Centre and performed in the Cultural Quarter to celebrate International Day of Disabled People. Local performers came from Act Up! Newham, Starpad DJs and Powerhouse Women.
Masked The Together! Dance Club was formed in autumn 2016 with the aim of creating contemporary dance for the screen using improvisation techniques. In summer 2017 participants decided they would not reveal their faces when performing, and created this short film.
Together we are 3! A short film celebrating three years of Together! 2012
Sheep On 3 December 2015, locally based disabled artists flocked to Stratford to give a street art performance led by Natural Diversions to celebrate International Day of Disabled People as part of the Together! 2015 Disability History Month Festival.
Breakdown in Communication Disabled and Deaf people discuss the barriers experienced by Deaf jobseekers. A Together! Talking Point film, made during the Together! 2012 Film Festival workshop led by Gary Thomas, with support from Channel 4.
Together! was David Morris‘s last film, made in 2009/10 for the UK Disabled People’s Council (UKDPC). Together! looks at disabled people’s experiences of campaigning for equality, and shows how the values created through the personal experience of disability have been brought into disabled people’s organisations. It concludes that there is unity in strength: together, we can change our world. Click here to view David Morris’s Together! with subtitles, click here to view Together! with added BSL interpretation, and click here to view Together! with added audio-description.