MOBILISE – Birmingham’s Accessible Sober Queer Dance Party (March 2nd)


Text reads: MOBILISE: Queer power party. Birmingham's accessible sober queer dance party. Free entry, 8pm-11pm on Saturday 2nd March.

Saturday 2nd March 2024
The Exchange, Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2DR

We’re delighted to be supporting  Fatt Projects with their next accessible sober dance party in Birmingham; MOBILISE!

A celebration of a research project running at the University of Birmingham around accessibility in DJing and DJ technology, MOBILISE is an inclusive event featuring special performances, live vocals, drag and live DJs:

Performances throughout the night from GINNY LEMON, COCOA KINK, & ERIC SCUTARO, hosted by Fatt Butcher.

This edition there will be an incredible line up of all disabled DJs spinning beats: So Sha, One for the People, Caroline the DJ & Gemma Nash.

Access information:

  • Step free access
  • Dedicated quiet space
  • Alcohol-free cash bar service
  • Plenty of comfortable seating
  • Accessible gender inclusive bathrooms
  • All gendered private dressing space
  • Changing Places toilet (basement level accessible by the lift)
  • BSL interpretation
  • 8pm-9pm, optional social dance session lead by MOBILISE artists (get comfortable learning some simple moves)

Tickets are free. You can book and find out more information about the event by clicking this link!