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E Numbers is a creative, open and explorative event that centres neurodiversity.


For one night only E Numbers will take over Spanners venue with a collaborative, sensory event from old and new friends. Hart School artists will showcase their work alongside dance, musical and movement performances.

Date: Saturday 12th 2022

Location: Spanners, Arch 504 Ridgway Rd, London SW9 7EX

Time: 19.00 – 23.00


From the curator Jané Mckenzie

My understanding of neurodiversity is constantly evolving and best understood through experiences, relationships and all types of ways we expand our thinking beyond just a written text but I understand it as an approach to learning and disability that argues diverse neurological conditions are result of normal variations in the human genome.

Neurodiversity has its roots in the social model of disability, which considers disability to be a civil rights issue. The social model rejects the notion that an individual must be “normal” to enjoy the full range of human experience, arguing that an impairment should not constitute a barrier to inclusion or access. Disability, then, stems largely from society’s failure to accommodate varying needs

We look forward to seeing you at the E-Numbers exhibition

Saturday 12th February, 7pm till 11pm.


What do we do?

Hart Club’s mission is to champion neurodiversity within the Arts.