There are medals galore at the half-way stage of the London 2012 Paralympics with the Aquatics Centre the centre of attention.
Key events on Day Six include Archery at the Royal Artillery Barracks, where Britain's Danielle Brown will hope to defend her title in the women's individual compound (open) in the final. In the Aquatics Centre (and subject to event confirmation), Team GB's Sascha Kindred and Matt Whorwood are in the hunt for S6 50m freestyle Swimming medals, while Heather Fredriksen defends her S8 100m backstroke title. At 5.59pm, James Crisp returns to the pool in the men's 400m freestyle S9 final, an event his missed in Beijing. At the ExCeL Centre, Britain are favourites in the Boccia BC1/2 team event while the Wheelchair Fencing foil events promise a likely showdown between Hong Kong's Chan Yui Chong and Hungary's Pal Szekeres. In Athletics, late at night, at 9.42pm, David Weir is back in the Olympic Stadium to defend his 1,500m T54 title, one of two golds he won in Beijing.
Medal events: Boccia, Archery, Athletics, Equestrian, Shooting, Powerlifting, Swimming, Wheelchair Fencing
A highlight of the Southbank Centre's Unlimited festival, disabled choreographers Marc Brew and Claire Cunningham, present Candoco Unlimited, a large scale dance piece in which Candoco Dance Company's 12 disabled and non-disabled dancers are joined by guest dancers from Beijing and Rio de Janeiro. Also part of the festival, Caroline Bowditch's Leaving Limbo Landing, a free photographic and sound installation exploring our choices to leave or to stay, continues on the second floor foyer of the Royal Festival Hall until 9th September. Mark Haddon, the author The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (which you can also see on stage at the National Theatre at the same time), presents a one man talk entitled 'Swimming and Flying' as part of the Inside Out programme. Violinist Christian Tetzlaff returns to The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall with the St. Louis Symphony in tow as they revisit Brahms' Tragic Overture. And don't forget to head over to Trafalgar Square for the third BT London Live, with live, big screen coverage of the Paralympics and a series of music concerts every day.