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Useful Links

LimbPower have created a list of useful contacts from the organisations and charities we work with or we feel have something to offer you in the visual arts, performing arts or music. If you know of any organisations who offer programmes or training in the arts please do share these with us.

Arts Council

Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts in England, distributing public money from the Government and the National Lottery

Visit the Candoco Website


Candoco Dance Company is the contemporary dance company of disabled and non-disabled dancers.

At the heart of our work are our national and international productions, created by world class choreographers for audiences to enjoy. Alongside these, through our Learning projects and activities we provide access to the highest quality of work for people participating in contemporary dance for pure enjoyment, or as part of a developing career.

We are a passionate, dedicated team of people and we want to show you what dance can be, and who can dance.

Visit Cando Website

Disability Arts On Line

Dao's vision is to achieve widespread appreciation for the richness and diversity of disability arts and culture.

We aim to do this by transforming and enriching arts and culture through nurturing creativity and discourse from a disability perspective.We are bold and fearless in instigating intelligent debate to support the development of disability arts and culture. We are a portal into the world of disability arts and a hub that connects people in a strong and vibrant creative community. We nurture and showcase talent, provide information and create opportunities for disabled artists through innovative partnerships. We are an empowering disability-led organisation with 83% of the board and 95% of our writers identifying as disabled people.

Visit Disability Arts On Line Website

Claire Cunningham

Claire Cunningham is a performer and creator of multi-disciplinary performance based in Scotland. Originally a classically trained singer, she began to work in dance in 2005 after working with US choreographer Jess Curtis. Curtis kindled Cunningham's curiosity in her own potential for movement, which led instinctively into the desire to make her own work. A self-identifying disabled artist, Cunningham's work is often rooted in the study and use/misuse of her crutches, and the exploration of the potentiality of her own specific physicality, with a conscious rejection of traditional dance techniques (developed for non-disabled bodies) or the attempt to move with the pretense of a body or aesthetic other than her own.

Visit Clair Cunningham Website