Disabled hip-hop artists from the US, UK, Germany and Uganda come together in Preston this week.
Krip-Hop Nation play the city’s Continental pub on Friday night, giving rhythmic voice to disability issues and politics.
The international collective’s visit is supported by Disability Arts Touring Network, a group of organisations and venues supported by Arts Council England.
Krip-Hop founder Leroy Moore said: “We’re really happy to be returning to the UK.
“Krip-Hop is more than music, and as a movement it’s gathering momentum.
“We follow developments in the UK; from hate crime to cuts to disability benefits and we’ll be responding to this through our work. We’ll also be celebrating and combining our international disability culture with hip-hop culture.”
Krip-Hop Nation perform at The Continental on Friday November 28, doors 7pm.
Tickets £7, £5 concs, from Skiddle, SEE Tickets and The Continental bar (01772 499 425).