Street Games is an inclusive and accessible fun day of street games, live music and dance with BSL Performance and Interpretation. You can expect games from around the world that everyone can get involved in, hosted by fabulous Game Hosts and party music sets from EIF Sound and Music.


Recently commissioned by OPUS (Outdoor Places Unusual Spaces) as the official Festival Site warm-up party to the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony and for Birmingham Pride, we engaged with a total number of 6750 people!


Information Pack

Technical Rider

Easy Read Guide

Audience Comments

The other especially impressive spectacle was entitled Out of the Deep Blue by Autin Dance. The show was a combination of dance and puppetry on a level worthy of comparison to Handspring’s War Horse at the National Theatre.

Review Culture

Audio Description Links and Accessibility

Pre-recorded audio description files are available for blind and visually impaired audiences to listen to.

Please note that the show doesn’t contain any text or spoken word. All the storytelling is expressed through movement and physicality.

Touch Tours prior to the live performances are available (to be organised in advance between promoter and show director

Schools & Community Outreach

Email our Learning & Participation manager Kirsten for more information and to request a booking form.

Audio Notes

Audio notes (for listening before the show)

Full Synchronised Audio Description

Full synchronised audio description (for streaming or download to listen during the performance)

Upcoming Tour Dates

Use the filter to select Street Games

Production Credits


Johnny Autin


Annalise McIntyre

Music By:

EIF sound & music

Games Host:

Bethan Siddaway, Kevaughn Laing, Will Hodson.

Supported By:

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games Festival, Mama Dojo, Mac - Midlands Arts Centre, Birmingham City Council, Deaf Explorer & OPUS

BSL Interpreters

Emma Dunleavy-Dale & Rachel Tipping

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