1999 - High Spin Dance Company productions
1990 - Big Splash - first of three Oily Cart productions taking place in hydrotherapy pools
1999, January - Still Standing by Peter Street, published by Towpath Press
1999, 5 February - Graeae Theatre Company present A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur by Tennessee Williams, directed by Jenny Sealey. Touring production
1999, 27 February - Survivors' poetry, Somers Town Community Centre. Memorial event dedicated to P.J. Fahy
1999, 2 March - People Come Here to Cry, full length play based on poems, to be broadcast on Radio 4
1999, March - Glenn Hoddle sacked after announcing that disabled people were being punished for their sins in a previous life
1999, March - Adorn, Equip and Accessorise
1999, March - New Playwrights Trust and Graeae Theatre Company, in association with New Writing North, launch Disabled Writers Mentoring Scheme. Mentees include Jamie Beddard, Ann Fisher Robert Findlay, Jo Fraser Odin, Jackie Gay, Paula Greenwell, Raina Haig, Norma Pearson and Peter Wolf
1999, March - 'Wrong Bodies' exhibition and performances. Aritsts include Plastic Anorexic, Marisa Carnesky, Mat Fraser, Jane Graham, Melinda Styles, Alison Lapper, Tanya Raabe, Eddy Hardy and Crispin PJ. Virtually compered by Jamie Beddard and Francesca Martinez 
1999, March - Frog Shark Shark Shadow, touring production by High Spin Dance Company
1999, 22 March - 17 April - Heatwave Disability Arts Festival. Featuring Tanya Raabe Body Fascism and Juliet Prentice Naked Truth
1999, 9-19 March - Survivors' poetry Fresher than Green, Brighter than Orange, an exhibition of poems by Irish women
1999, 29 March - 30 April - 'The Shape We're In' photos by Steven Bloch, Jackson's Lane Community Centre
1999, May - Graeae Theatre Company launches 'The Missing Piece', an intensive six month training course for disabled actors
1999, 17 May - 5 June - 'Out on a Limb: Challenging Images of Disability Through Contemporary Art', at University Gallery, University of Essex
1999, May - 'Northern Charity, Southern Blood', mixed media exhibition by Gabriel Clark-Brown examining disability identity, here and in South Africa
1999, 5 May - 2 June - Drawings and paintings by Survivor artist Figgy Foxat, at Bethlem Gallery
1999, May - Richard C. Leaman dies
1999, June - Stoke Newington Midsummer Festival. LDAF and Hackney College present Fish, a mixed-media work by learning disabled adults. LDAF and CandoCo present Emotion Through Motion
1999, June - 'Fittings: The Last Freak Show'
1999m 15-19 June - Distress Call, one man show written and performed by Liam O'Carroll. Directed by Simon Tyler, produced by Suzanne Bull, at Theatre Provocateur, Wimbledon
1999, 29 June - 1 July - Strathcona Theatre Company present The Selkie Bride
1999, July - Lifting the Lid - first Disability Film Festival, Lux Cinema
1999, July - August - Panama Theatre Company present In Remembrance, featuring Andrew McLay, Adrian Wilks and Kath Drake. 23 July at Millfield Theatre, Edmonton, 16-30 August at Greyfriars Kirk House, Edinburgh Fringe
1999, July - Joyful Noise, CD by The Fugertivs, produced by Tyneside Disability Arts
1999, July - What is this thing called love?, CD by Francis Rwama
1999, July -  Naked Songs and Rhythms of Hope Frank Bangay
1999, July - DASH commission 3 new works by Shropshire and national disability arts groups, on the theme 'OUR PLACE/OUR SELVES'
1999, July - Launch of Sue Napolitano Award. This award is for £10,000, to be made to a disabled writer to produce a body of writing which explores issues of disability as its main theme
1999, July - Heart n Soul and Graeae Theatre Company appear at Glastonbury
1999, August - Clair Lewis and Dave Lupton (aka Crippen) collaborate to produce a protest song in support of BCODP 'Pass the Legislation' campaign
1999, August - LDAF outreach in Hackney and Croydon. Mobile Culture Clubs being set up to train disabled people to use their skill in the arts
1999, August - Ju90 'My Not-So-Secret Life as a Cyborg' (website)
1999, August - High Spin Dance Company present Blind Date White Noise
1999, 21 August - Survivors' Poetry, Diorama Arts Centre. Featuring Andrew Spencer, A.J. Murray and other performers
1999, August - Deadly Sensitive, poetry by Char March and James Nash. Published by Grassroots Press, and including a tour
1999, August - Jenni Meredith poet in residence on P&O European Ferries from Portsmouth to Le Havre and Bilbao. Part of National Poetry Society's Poetry Places scheme
1999, September - SMAC 2K Shropshire Millenium Festival commissions several pieces of performance material for disabled artists
1999, 6-13 September - DASH! 99 Festival, venues throughout Shropshire. Including Francis Rwama, Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company, Michelle Taylor, Caroline Parker, Liz Porter, Kate Portal, and Robson & Swan
1999, 25 September - Survivors' Poetry, Somers Town Community Centre. Featuring The Caribbean Women Writers' Alliance, and MC Judith Silver
1999, December - LDAF residency - Tanya Raabe at a crisis project based in the community for women with mental health needs
1999, December - LDAF dance course at CandoCo's studios at Aspire, Harrow, culminating in a performance