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TripleC's Hybrid event! 12/07/2022

What’s a Hybrid Event?

We are really excited that DANC is hosting its first ever hybrid networking event. This combines our in the room pre-Covid format with the accessible technology we’ve recently grown used to.

Tuesday 12th July, 4:30PM

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Who’s going to be there?

Industry Guests Line Up:

You can find out more about the industry guests below.

More names still to be announced!

We haven’t held an in person DANC event in well over 2 years.

For this first event back there will be a relatively small group of invited people attending in person, plus the chance for a larger group to join the event online. 

Who’s going to be there?

Industry Guests Line Up:

Matt is a Rose d’Or winning drama and comedy director, with over a decade’s worth of experience under his belt, whose recent credits include Coronation Street, Horrible Histories, and Saturday Night Takeaway. He is currently working on the first series of 9 Story’s A Kind of Spark, adapted from the award winning book by neurodivergent children’s author Elle McNicoll, and the broadcast pilot of Laurence Clark’s sitcom, Perfect, for UKTV.

Matt Holt

Daniel has worked in the industry for over 40 years, first as a child then adult actor and moving into casting 15 years ago. 

Working predominantly in Television Drama (his greatest passion) and independent film. 

Most recent casting includes Grace (ITV) DI Ray (ITV) Showtrial (BBC)  4Stories (Channel 4) & Heartstopper (Netflix ) and very proud and honoured to have cast Then Barbara Met Alan (BBC) which featured many DANC members and had a 95% disabled cast.


Daniel Edwards

Christopher Samuel is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice is rooted in identity and disability politics, often echoing the many facets of his own lived experience. Seeking to interrogate his personal understanding of identity as a disabled person impacted by inequality and marginalisation, Christopher responds with urgency, humour, and poetic subversiveness within his work. This approach makes his work accessible to a wider audience, allowing others to identify and relate to a wider spectrum of human experience.


Christopher Samuel

Ceri Barrow (she/her) is based at Tate Liverpool in the National Partnerships team. She works with Plus Tate, a network of 48 visual arts organisations across the UK, as a Project Coordinator. Ceri has previously worked with Homotopia, the UK’s longest running LGBTQIA+ arts festival, alongside Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse theatres. She is Neurodivergent and committed to working towards inclusive access in arts organisations.

Ceri Barrow

Jennifer Gilbert is a Manchester-based gallerist, freelance producer, and curator, working with self-taught, disabled, neurodivergent, Deaf and overlooked artists. In 2017 she launched the Jennifer Lauren Gallery to showcase and empower artists internationally, having previously managed a national arts charity for under-represented artists. Jennifer is passionate about promoting the voices and artworks of these artists to wider audiences, allowing their true artistic language to shine. Through her work, Jennifer hopes to: demystify what is regarded as art, continue to challenge the stigma surrounding this field, and to re-look at how work is displayed and written about within contemporary art.


In her freelance role, Jennifer helps disabled, Deaf and neurodivergent artists with their professional development, alongside providing mentoring and more general support. Jennifer also does consultancy work alongside galleries, museums and organisations. Building strong, long lasting relationships is of importance, as is treating everyone as individuals.

Jennifer Gilbert