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A festival for all 

This year as well as live performances we also have a season of work on-line and on-demand.


Our online programme is available on demand from 20 August - 5 September and includes:

Freedom Talks: You Don’t Look Like A Refugee

Avant Garde Dance Company: Illegal Dance

Freetown Media Centre: Imagine a perfect world

Mohammed Khaled: The Last Step Before Starting

Freedom Talks: PHD Cluster. Living with the consequences of Slavery

Freedom Talks: Wilberforce Institute. Windrush Day 2021

Freedom Talks: Wilberforce Institute.  Slavery in Massachusetts

Freedom Talks: Wilberforce Institute. Slavery and Kingston upon Hull

Freedom Talks :Wilberforce Institute. Black Lives Matter and Slavery

Claire McDonald: All the names we are

The above films all feature embedded captions so just click play.

The Herd and SBC : Hidden Winter 

This is an audio walk that can be downloaded free on-demand in English and Arabic


Stage@TheDock - All events are wheechair accessible via a lift. If you have reserved tickets and require a wheelchair space for you and your companion/party, please email tickets@freedomfestival.co.uk at least 48 hours before you are due to attend  

Hull Minster - For Gaia and the Freedom Sessions concerts (The Elements, The Broken Orchestra and Vicky Foster - Home and The Seasons) please refer to Hull Minster's website here . There is an audio description available of the Gaia soundscape. If you  would like to access this to accompany your visit to Gaia please contact tickets@freedomfestival.co.uk at least 48 hours before your visit

Daryl Beeton: A Square World - all performances of this show are relaxed.

Sh!t Theatre: Drink Rum With Expats. - the performance on 2 September is close captioned . The performance on 3 September has BSL interpretation

600 Highwaymen: A Thousand Ways (Part One). A Phone Call - there is a BSL version of this show available. If you would like to access this please contact tickets@freedomfestival.co.uk at least 3 days before you wish to attend.

The Dean Wilson Cinema ShackAll films screened at the Cinema Shack will be English subtitled. The Cinema Shack is wheelchair accessible

DeanWorld Premiere Gala - Both nights of DeanWorld Premiere Gala will have a BSL interpreter. Wrecking Ball Music & Books premises are over two hundred years old, Grade II* listed and not all of the venue is  fully accessible. The DeanWorld Premiere Gala will take place on the first floor of the premises and access is only possible via a staircase.

 If you have any questions about accessibility please don't hesitate to contact us at info@freedomfestival.co.uk.