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MAKING ROUTES FESTIVAL
FRI 27 - SUN 29 OCT 2017

11AM-5PM, FREE

This half-term join us for the first ever Making Routes Festival, a free and inclusive weekend of visual arts, theatre and play. All the events have been created by disabled and non-disabled children, young people and artists and will take place at three venues in South London: Oasis Play in Stockwell, the South London Gallery in Peckham and Battersea Arts Centre.

Oasis Play
Fri 27 Oct, 10.30am-6pm
The festival kicks off at Oasis Play where festival goers can take the wheel for petrol powered go-karting, learn to beatbox and enjoy a BBQ and gig in a tree house.
Find out more at oasisplay.org.uk

South London Gallery
Sat 28 Oct, 11am-5pm
At the South London Gallery on Saturday visitors will be challenged to beat the Mad House escape room, explore ways to play with giant tyres, mirrors and props, and discover immersive audio visual installations and performances inside and outside the building.

Battersea Arts Centre
Sun 29 Oct, 1-7pm
On Sunday aliens will take over the foyer of Battersea Arts Centre with dressing up and alien makeup and there will be pop up performances and games throughout the day culminating in a closing party featuring live DJs.
Find out more at bac.org.uk

Supported by Spirit of 2012.

TICKETS

This event is free but please email to register your interest: mail@southlondongallery.org and we’ll send you the full programme when it is released and handy hints for making the most of the festival weekend.

ACCESS

• There will be roaming BSL interpreters and if you’d be interested in receiving a BSL synopsis, please email makingroutesfestival@oasisplay.org.uk
• All venues and spaces are wheelchair accessible
• There will be changing spaces at each venue
• There will be chill-out/quiet spaces at each venue
• Travel buddies are available from nearby train stations across the weekend

For more information on access at the South London Gallery and how to get here please click here to read our Access page and if you have any questions about your visit to the festival please contact Sarah Coffils on sarah@southlondongallery.org or 020 7703 6120.