at our Open Days
What is is?
In collaboration with the Stand-Up Society and the Accessibility Students Network, Kent Union is pleased to announce an one-of-a-kind event that promises a night of laughter, connection, and solidarity amongst neurodivergent* students and their allies.
Hosted by comedian Adam Dorr, this event boasts the following:
Who is it for?
A safe, fully accessible space for neurodivergent students and allies who may have experienced barriers in trying out spoken poetry or comedy events previously.
What do I need to bring?
Your ticket and your sense of humour!
Each ticket sold raises money for a handpicked charity that aligns with the spirit of celebrating UK Disability History Month.
If you have any accessibility queries please email KentUnion@kent.ac.uk
*The term “neurodivergent” describes people whose brain differences affect how their brain works. That means they may have different strengths and challenges from people whose brains don't have those differences. Some of the possible differences include mental health disorders, learning disabilities and other conditions such as ASD or ADHD