MiXiT – using musical theatre to change hearts and minds

MiXiT unite disabled and non disabled people to develop and perform musical theatre that confronts prejudices and stereotypes about what it means to be a disabled person and to draw on support to live your life

MiXiT music brings together disabled and non-disabled people to develop and perform musical theatre to tell stories that challenge prejudices and stereotypes, including what it means to draw on support to live your life.  This performance was made to make #SocialCareFuture’s 5th birthday in October 2023

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