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The panel will be on Thursday 26th January at Circa Theatre, Wellington. It will be a kōrero on perceptions about disability, the power of language, intersectionality, and the importance of representation, with a particular focus on the arts. The panel will be facilitated by Jesse Austin-Stewart (he/him) and the speakers will be Bailee Lobb (she/her), Dunc Armstrong (he/him), and Sam Morgan (he/him). Doors open from 5.45pm, with the panel starting at 6pm.
Attendees can register for FREE here: https://events.humanitix.com/scc-x-everybody-cool-lives-here-accessibility-and-disability-in-aotearoa
There will be an NZSL interpreter. Accessibility information on the venue can be found here: https://www.circa.co.nz/your-visit/accessibility/
Following the panel at 7pm, attendees are encouraged to kick on to Jacob Dombroski’s show ‘Big J: A New Legacy’. Following his rise to prime-time celebrity status on Shortland Street, Jacob returns to the stage with his revolutionised award-winning solo about strength, whānau, and dreams. Tickets can be bought here.