Culture in Quarantine

As part of the Culture in Quarantine series, now streaming on iPlayer, five of the films explore the experiences of D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artists during lockdown. From the hard-hitting experience of a young woman who has had her disability benefits cut to a Deaf man at a dinner dealing with people who don’t help with lip-reading, and lots more. You can catch up with the films on iPlayer.
A young woman in a hen night outfit of a veil and tiara sings into a microphone
Image from BBC's Culture in Quarantine - Hen Night https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/p09sgwf4/culture-in-quarantine-hen-night

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