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OPERA NORTH: LA TRAVIATA

Profoundly moving music, fervent passion and sweeping drama, Verdi's La traviata is widely considered the most popular opera of all time. Violetta is...

Fri 6 March 2015 7pm

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Date added: 3 March 2015

OTHELLO free AD PERF FOR YOUNG BLIND / PARTIALLY SIGHTED PEOPLE

YOUR INVITATION TO a FREE AUDIO DESCRIBED PERFORMANCE OF OTHELLO at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, London on THURSDAY 12 MARCH AT 2Pm.

The Natural History Museum are now offering Free audio described tours of the Spirit Collection for blind and partially sighted people.  During the tour you will have the chance to get up close to specimens such as lizards and a giant squid plus other specimens collected by Charles Darwin.

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05-Mar-2015 03:41

"My wife and I have just seen the performance of Journey’s End at the Wyvern Theatre in Swindon. I must congratulate the two ladies who gave the audio description for the blind and partially sighted bookers. It made the whole experience of the show so realistic to my wife and her friends who are all visually impaired. Thanks once again for such a good experience it brought the show alive for them.
I hope this will lead to more shows being audio described at the Wyvern Theatre."

R Mansfield