Virtual Events / 07-09 March 2024

Disrupt Disability Arts Festival: Online

We are delighted to announce our full programme of online events for Disrupt Disability Arts Festival!

Want to catch one of the below events, but couldn’t make it in person? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Make sure to book your FREE online ticket for your preferred online event, should you wish to join the festivities online. A link to our online stream will be sent to you in advance of your event.

Please note: all comments on our event live-streams will be monitored.

Lazarus Lingua by Suzanne Walsh: Online
07 March, 6 pm
Free, Ticketed

Lazarus Lingua is a recitation of the Latin names of extinct animals from 4000 BC to the present day, from when Latin was a living language. The names recited are drawn from biological taxonomy systems and descriptions of species that have been devised by humans.

Friday 8th March | 5 – 6pm
Free, ticketed

In association with Creative Brain Week, Disrupt Disability Arts Festival presents ‘The Vanishing Point’, an experimental conversation with Christopher Bailey, Head of Arts and Health at the World Health Organisation.

Dis-Gender; Disability and Gender Identity: Online

8 March | 7:15pm
Free, ticketed

Disability, gender and gender identity are inextricably linked.

For International Women’s Day, we present the work of incredible artists who disrupt the status quo and explore these themes in their work.

Embodiment; Disability and the body in art:

9 March | 6pm
Free, ticketed

An evening of work which is a frank, humorous and moving account of the disabled body in art.

Featuring the work of Alison Clarke, Tobi Balogun and Louise Bruton, followed by a panel discussion on the theme of the disabled body in art and self-care.

Festival Closing Party
9 March | 8pm
Free, ticketed

A celebration of disability with DJ Renn Miano, DJ Roo Honeychild and live music performances.

Disconnect is a chance for the community to come together and socialise, dance and connect with each other! Come join us – Everybody is very welcome!


If you require assistance for your visit, please do not hesitate to contact us at or call 01 8819 613. You can find the latest information about Project’s accessibility here.


Disrupt Disability Arts Festival is funded and supported by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon Festivals Investment Scheme, Dublin City Council, Project Arts Centre and RTÉ Supporting the Arts.


All events will deal with topics of disability, access and abelism.

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