Daisyfest celebrates the creativity of disabled artists in Surrey and beyond.
Latest News – Daisy update
After a successful year that has included Daisyfest and our exhibition at The Lightbox Daisy is taking stock and looking forward to the year ahead. This has included a new business plan, a strategy for delivering more workshops and performance events and most excitingly we have applied to become a CIC. More news soon… In the meantime, here are some events that Daisy members are delivering over the next few months.
Freewheelers Theatre Company Present… Destiny Betrayed
A gripping tale based on true events. Love, war, betrayal mystery and destiny from The First World War into the future.
Wednesday 9th November – 7.30pm
Relaxed performance. Audio-decribed, surtitled and BSL interpreted.
for tickets visit: www.freewheelerstheatre.co.uk/destiny-betrayed
Experience an unforgettable festive evening by candlelight and celebrate the spirit of Christmas with Orpheus in the ancient and beautiful Saint Mary’s Church in Bletchingley.
Join us for an evening of festivities on Monday 5th December at 19:30 and help raise funds to support the life changing work we do with young disabled adults, enabling them to build their confidence and skills to lead independent and fulfilling lives. Orpheus Carols is the perfect opportunity to start the season off with a captivating celebration of Christmas. This special concert will feature carols by candlelight, performances by our founder, the celebrated musician and composer Sir Richard Stilgoe and the inspirational Orpheus students, the beautiful voices of St Mary’s Church Choir as well as seasonal readings by celebrity guests.
A traditional Christmas reception with mince pies and mulled wine will follow within the beautiful setting of St Mary’s Church.
A magical evening filled with stunning musical performances.
Tickets cost £10 (£5 concessions) and are available for purchase either by calling the Orpheus Box Office on 01883 741414 or emailing email@example.com
Orpheus is a registered charity (207493) and an independent college for young disabled adults with a passion for the performing arts.