Monthly Archives: November 2018

Wee-wee Hard

I’ve just done something really difficult. It wasn’t learning a complicated text, performing in front of thousands or completing a cryptic crossword. And it wasn’t something that I feel proud of.

I pissed myself.

Or to be precise I deliberately … read more

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Waiting Room Lows

This morning my support worker Ellie and I were in the waiting room at the specialist neurological hospital I go to. I was there to have a nerve conduction test, which turned out to be a pretty intense experience … read more

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Not I at DaDaFest, Liverpool - 23 & 24 November

We are excited that Not I is heading to DaDaFest International 2018.

Ruth Gould DaDaFest Artistic Director describes the programme as including “moments that affirm, celebrate and inform on the very essence of what it is to be disabled, Deaf, read more

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Not I at DaDaFest, Liverpool - 23 & 24 November

We are looking forward to heading to Liverpool to perform Not I at DaDaFest.  DaDaFest is a brilliant organisation based in Liverpool that develops and showcases excellent disability and d/Deaf arts.

For more information and to book – click here … read more

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Not I at the Lowry, Salford - 20 & 21 November

We are on the road again with Not I – heading up to Salford for two performances at The Lowry.

The theatre is situated on the waterfront in MediacityUK and is really easy to get to from Manchester City Centre … read more

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Thursday, Friday, Bedday…

It’s been a tough week. My emotions have been ricocheting about all over the place, a potent mix of exhaustion, guilt and sadness. At times I’ve felt totally overwhelmed and self-destructive.

The relentless schedule of the last few months and … read more

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