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The writers behind a new series of plays are united in their belief that disability, while restrictive in life, opens up possibilities in art.

22nd May, 2010

The writers behind a new series of plays are united in their belief that disability, while restrictive in life, opens up possibilities in art.

‘Once you label me, you negate me,” wrote Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard.

In the intervening 150 years, his precept on the importance of human individuality and freedom has become inordinately pertinent to those we label ‘disabled’.

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