1993 - High Spin Dance Company formed. Deaf Arts UK founded by Shape London.
1993, January - Workhouse benefit for Black Disabled People's Group. Featuring Francis Rwama, Ruth Harris, Debbie Williams, Devon Marston, Ebony Steel Band, Fatima Shobakin (from Carl Campbell Dance Co.)
1993, February - Common Ground Sign Dance Theatre spring tour of Lunera a fast-moving piece of sign dance theatre inspired by traditional Cuban folk songs, and Waiting, with a collaboratively written script in BSL and English
1993, February - Derbyshire Disability Arts Forum founded. Cabaret at launch event A Bit of a Do Two, at Wilmorton College. Including Ian Stanton, Johnny Crescndo, Mike Higgins, Sue Napolitano, Ken Davis, Wanda Barbara, and Mike Bramley (compere)
1993, 9 February - The Man Who Loved Islands, New Breed Theatre Company's first national tour
1993, February - Dorothy Miles dies
1993, March - 'Different Views' exhibition of photographic work by disabled people
1993, March - All In Your Head by Joanne Pearson. Film about Pearon's experience of epilepsy, to be shown at ICA as part of BT New Contemporaries exhibition
1993, March - 'Black Hats and Twisted Bodies', BFI essay on disability in mainstream cinema by Allan Sutherland (DAM magazine)
1993, March - Cathedral Lung collection of poetry by Aaron Williamson, and audio cassette. Both published by Creation Press, with further publication by Holythroat Symposium due later in the year.
1993, March - 'In Through the Front Door: Disabled people and the visual arts - examples of good practice' from Arts Council of Great Britain
1993, 13 March - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre. Featuring Razz (MC and poet), Mother Courage (music duo), Melanie Thompson (poet) and Joe Bidder (poet)
1993, April - 'Defiance: Art confronting disability' at City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke and Trent
1993, April - 'Images of a Festival', LDAF travelling exhibition. Laminated A2 prints of photos commissioned from David Hevey of 1989 London-wide Movin' On Festival
1993, April - 'From Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood to Pre-Menstrual Sisterhood. Billboard in Birmingham by Claire Collison, parodying Ford Madox Brown's Pretty Baa Lambs in City Museum and Art Gallery. Part of Billboard Project set up by University of Central England
1993, 18 April - Benefit gig by disabled artists, Chats Palace. Including Survivors Poetry, James Conlan, Rupa Sarka, Geof Chilkes, Diane Miller
1993, April - First National Deaf Theatre Weekend, Derby School for the Deaf
1993, 13 April-15 May - Carolyn James and Gioya Steinke exhibit at Old Town Hall, Richmond
1993, 30 April - Basic Theatre present Signs of the Times. Touring from 30 April
1993, May - 'A Personal Bill of Rights' photo exhibition by students on photography course at Exeter's Disabled Young Adults Centre, responding to Spastics Society's My Rights campaign. Touring schools and colleges in the region 
1993, 5 May - The Workhouse, Kingstonian Football Club
1993, 8 May - Launch of West Midlands Disability Arts Forum. Including performances from Johnny Crescendo and the P.O.P. Squad, stars and rising stars of Disability Arts circuit and performance by Basic Theatre
1993, 8 May - Burning Daylight, Islingston's first Disability Arts Festival
1993, 13 May - Johnny Crescendo launches new album Pride with new band P.O.P. Squad, plus Clare Mooney, Ian Stanton and Wanda Barbara, at Chat's Palace. Includes 'Scars' (adaptation of Simon Brisenden's poem), 'I Don't Wanna Be a Wannabe' and 'The Ballad of Josie Evans' 
1993, 14 - 15 May - Deaf Focus at the Unicorn, National Deaf Children's Society Festival of Performing Arts 
1993, 16 May - Islington Deaf Cabaret, including Clive Mason, Sarah and Paul Scott, and Ray Harrison Graham
1993, 16 May - Deaf Way Cabaret, at University of North London
1993, June - Tyneside Cinema, in association with NORDAF, present a season exploring the representations of disability in film and television
1993, June - Launch of Avon's new Disability Arts Agency with the Disability Arts Café. David Hevey's 'Images of a Festival' , plus performances from Ian Stanton, Green Fuse, Georgina Edema, Francis Rwama
1993, June - Strathcona Theatre Company presents Still Crazy After All These Years retrospective of the last 10 years
1993, 17 June - Lavender Ripples women-only Workhouse cabaret including The Tokens and the Rowdy Proud Roadshow
1993, June - Jackson's Lane Theatre Training Scheme. 15 students receive record of achievement towards City and Guilds qualification
1993, 12 June - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, 14 June-4 July - Exhibition of work by deaf artists at Julius Gottlieb Gallery, Oxford, in association with Shape London
1993, June - Arts Council publish theatre and disability conference report by Elspeth Morrison, giving results of June 1992 conference
1993, June - 'Out2Play' The Breathing Space
1993, June - Fair Moving Keith Ashton, Pub Littlewood Arc
1993, 20 June-17 July - Sally Booth paintings at Horsham Arts Centre 
1993, 1 - 31 July - Shape Up and Go! Hackney Movin' On Festival '93
1993, 4 July - Common Ground Sign Dance Theatre new touring production El Pilon
1993, July - West Midlands Disability Arts Forum
1993, 6 July - The Workhouse cabaret as a part of Merton Arts Festival. Featuring Mike Tragic But Brave Higgins and Fish Out of Water
1993, Horniman Museum Disability Arts Day. Featuring Johnny Crescendo, Fish out of Water, Kate Portal, Tragic Mike, Aaron Williamson, Survivors Poetry and Libra Theatre Company
1993, 17 July - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre. Featuring Terry Cordrez (MC/poet), Jade (poet), Jenni Meredith (poet), John Arthur (singer and musician)
1993, August - David Hevey's Liberty, Equality, Disability images, originally part of The Creatures That Time Forgot. Published by Leeds postcards
1993, August - Deaf World, new show featuring the Deaf comedians and Colin Thomson
1993, August - Launch of Shropshire Disability Arts Initiative - funding scheme for disabled people with arts projects, with a view to successful applicants taking part in a Day of Disability Arts in March 1994
1993, August - Graeae Theatre Company present Soft Vengeance by Albie Sachs
1993, 14 August - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, 2 - 3 September - NDAF presents The Ghetto, International Disability Arts Cabaret
1993, 15 September-1 October - Disability Theatre Festival on Merseyside 
1993, September - Fiction and poetry DAIL
1993, September - New Voices Poetry group, meeting at LDAF
1993, September - Creative writing workshop for disabled people, at Aston University. Part of Birmingham Readers and Writers Festival. Led by Kaite O'Reilly
1993, September - 'Write to Belong' national project for disabled writers. A Snowball Arts project, co-ordinated by Jenni Meredith
1993, September - The Workhouse, featuring Johnny Crescendo, Val Stein, Martin Davies, The Unkown, Diane Pungartnik (compere) and Francis Rwama
1993, 18 September - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, September - Deaf People in the War, major new project starting in September with National Maritime Museum, City Lit and Shape London (Deaf Arts)
1993, 17 - 20 September - National Deaf Theatre Weekend, Part 2, at Warwick University
1993, September - Upstage Cabarave
1993, 16 October - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, October - Tanya Raabe MA exhibition at Holden Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University
1993, October - A Question of Vision
1993, October - Manchester becomes UK City of Drama 1994
1993, October - Entitled CD by Simon Smith and the Useless Eaters
1993, October - On The Map
1993, November - The Shape of Disability Arts Wandsworth '93
1993, November - How We Like It 
1993, November - Soci-at-Ease by Simon Smith (cassette/CD)
1993, November - LDAF Conference and AGM
1993, November - Liz Crow, Disability Arts, The Business (NDAF publication)
1992, 2 November - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, 6 November - The Workhouse, Battersea Arts Centre
1993, 9 November - Survivors' Poetry at Islington Arts Festival 
1993, 13 November - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre
1993, December - Graeae Theatre Company presents the Borderline Project
1993, December - GAD celebrate European Day of Disabled People
1993, December - 'From Dark to Light'1993, December - Deaf Humour video
1993, December - Survivors' Poetry UK tour, featuring Isha, Peter Street, Joe Bidder, Quibilah Montsho, Claire Mooney and Emma Jarman. At Green Room, Manchester
1993, 10 December - Survivors' Poetry, Ann Taylor Centre
1993, 11 December - LDAF Christmas party and Workhouse cabaret, Chat's Palace 
1993, 11 December - Survivors' Poetry, Hampden Community Centre