Rethinking Lyrically About How We Perceive Disability

Posted on: Sun 7 Mar 2021

The Georgia Horgan Experience is the second outing for Adelaide born singer/songwriter, actor and street busker, Georgia Horgan, after her first successful show at the Adelaide Fringe Festival last year drew popular acclaim. This year, Horgan is gearing up to perform to bigger crowds at Eliza Hall, located within City of Prospect Council’s new civic centre, Payinthi.

She is determined to prove that being in a wheelchair doesn’t impede you from doing anything you put your mind or heart to, through sharing her personal story of challenge, triumph and perseverance to encourage and persuade those in society today to rethink their biased perceptions toward disability.

Horgan spoke with De-Stigmatised‘s Jarad McLoughlin about learning how to be more prepared with performing and writing her music, which melds childhood wonderment, curiosity and hilarity.

Produced by Jarad McLoughlin

Photo used with permission from Georgia Horgan

Jarad McLoughlin

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