They say that London offers something for everyone, with all tastes, cultures and preferences well catered for in the capital – and if you had any doubt about that then you may want to consider attending the fantastic Unlimited Festival when it returns to the city later this year.
Held at the Southbank Centre, the event provides a showcase for the creative talents of deaf and disabled artists, proving that there really is a place for everyone in London's cultural scene.
The festival will span all artistic genres and will feature a range of free and ticketed events, allowing those who may be thought of as less able to display their talents, while giving visitors the opportunity to see works of art that highlight issues they may have given much thought to previously.
While the precise details of the shows and events that will be included in the 2014 edition of Unlimited have yet to be released, anyone with an interest in attending this highly-acclaimed festival will want to put the dates between August 28th and September 7th in their diary, as that's when it will be held.
As an example of what you may be able to see, last year's festival included dance performances, writing workshops, photography exhibitions and much more, with crowds giving rave reviews about what they saw.
Panel discussions will also be taking place, giving audiences a greater insight into the ways that artists can overcome physical disabilities and even work this into their creativity.
The Southbank Centre is located in the heart of London, close to Waterloo station. It comprises several of the city's top performance and exhibition venues, including the British Film Institute, the Royal Festival Hall, the Hayward Gallery, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and much more.