Our protagonist is 'an inspiration', 'so brave'... and tired of hearing about it. As a disabled athlete, she takes pride in her athletic prowess. But after receiving news she narrowly missed out on making the GB Paralympic team, she starts untangling the ways in which she has internalised the extreme expectations society puts on disabled people. Within Sight is a one-woman spoken word theatre show about disability, the Paralympics, and running. Ellen Renton's debut solo performance is based on her personal experience of living with albinism, and confronts everyday ableism within our society.