I'm Here, Where Are You? Disability Arts Festival

Date:Fri 26 & Sat 27 Apr
Time:from 12pm
Venue:Throughout the venue
Price:Festival Pass: £12.50 (£8 con)

I'm Here, Where Are You? is a celebration of disability arts featuring nationally and internationally renowned acts.

The two-day festival will showcase live performances, comedy, exhibitions, discussions and a podcast recording. Featuring work by Jackie Hagan, Owen Lowery, Vince Laws and many more!

Friday 26th April

Free / Open Access Events
12.00 – 21.30 - Vince Laws Political Banners (Foyer)
12.00 – 21.30 - Kristina Veasey (Mezz)
16.00 – 20.00 - Felix Peckitt (Mezz)
16.00 – 17.30 - Unscene Suffolk - public sharing workshop (J3)
17.30 - Welcome drinks and opening speeches (Mezz)

Festival Pass Only Events
18.30 – 19.30 - Learning to Swim on an Ironing Board (J3)
Saturday 27th April

Free / Open Access Events
12.00 – 13.00 - BBC Ouch Podcast Recording (J1)
12.00 – 21.00 - Vince Laws Political Banners (Foyer)
12.00 – 21.00 - Owen Lowery film, Transitions (Boardroom) - (BSL interpreted screening at 16.00)
12.00 – 21.30 - Kristina Veasey: My Dirty Secret! (Mezz)
13.00 - 17.30 - Felix Peckitt: The Goldilocks Mixer (Mezz)
14.00 – 17.00 - Viva Alegria Samba School workshop (J1)
16.30 - 17.00 - Live Audio Description by Jenni Elbourne of Vince Laws Political Banners. (Foyer)
17.30 - Viva Alegria Samba (Leisure Park)    

Festival Pass Only Events
13.30 – 15.00 - Whackamole by Jane Carter Woodrow (J3)
15.15 – 16.15 - 111 by Joel Brown and Eve Mutso (J2)
20.00 – 21.00 - This is Not a Safe Space by Jackie Hagan (J2)



We’re looking for volunteers to welcome and assist our customers during the festival. In exchange for your time we can offer you a free festival wristband!

For more information on volunteering at the festival click HERE

Produced by Liz Counsell & Linda Rocco. | Supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England.

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Festival Pass for all Saturday ticketed events (J1, J2 and J3), installations and BBC podcast recordings - £12.50 / £8 concs (inc booking fees)

The BBC Ouch Podcast recording is free to attend but you need to book your ticket in advance (If you have already purchased a festival pass you will not need to book an additional ticket to attend)

All Foyer & Leisure Park events listed are free of charge / drop-in and happen thoughout the day.


Access At The Festival:



  • Assistance will be available to help with guiding, opening doors, access refreshments e.t.c. - just ask a member of staff at any time or if you prefer you can discuss your requirements with the box office in advance.
  • The Hub is a relaxed space throughout.
  • BSL Interpreters are available to interpret works and for general communication.
  • Captioning is available on selected events (please see individual listings for details).
  • Audio Description is available for selected shows and the art installations (indicated on individual events pages).  Please contact the box office to indicate you’d like a headset.
  • All areas have step-free access.
  • Blue Badge parking is available nearby
  • Accessible toilets are positioned throughout the building.
  • Induction loops and infrared hearing assistance are set up in foyers and main performance spaces respectively.
  • We can dog-sit registered working dogs if needed - please contact the box office at least 48 hours beforehand to request this.
  • Please get in touch if you have any queries or particular requirements by contacting our box office on 01223 511511 or email tickets@junction.co.uk

For more information on access in and around Cambridge Junction please CLICK HERE

Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.

Box office and bar open 1 hour before event start time.

All prices shown include booking fees.