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The Interval, #4

…website. Don’t forget to take part in our Museum and Heritage Access Survey! VocalEyes is undertaking a survey of people who have visited museum or heritage site in the UK

What’s On & Online – 20th May 2021

people or people with long-term health conditions to inform theatres to what extent they are meeting or failing to meet the access requirements of their audiences. You can complete the…

Museum Access Pledge

…The State of Museum Access 2018 report reveals that around 1 in 5 (19%) of the websites of accredited UK museums provide no access information at all, and many…

Inclusive AD Forum

…bring people together and provide a place for conversations to take place and ideas to be shared. If you would like to join, please contact the IDEA Project & Community…

Freelance opportunity for Theatre Sound Technicians

…up to 90 venues annually, enabling thousands of people across the UK to enjoy live theatre. More details, including who to contact, are available in the Word document below.  …

Cancelled: Dick Whittington

…messiest of silliness. Initial casting includes Dickie Beau, Amy Booth-Steel, Lawrence Hodgson-Mullings, Georgina Onuorah, and Cleve September. In a season when many UK theatres have been forced to postpone their…

National Army Museum

…and peacekeeper from the British Civil Wars to the modern day. Through their collections they preserve and share stories of ordinary people with extraordinary responsibilities. They explore the role of…

Meet the VocalEyes associate theatres

…VocalEyes believes that blind and partially sighted people should have the best possible opportunities to experience and enjoy art and heritage. To this end the number of audio-described performances…

The Interval, #17, accessible culture online

…Inclusive Futures by Heart N Soul at The Hub . This started as an installation at Wellcome Collection and has since moved online. Read, watch or listen to people with…

Research

…reports into the access provision offered by UK venues, in partnership with Stagetext and other arts access organisations. Theatre Access 2021 (survey of theatregoers who are users of access services…

Sadler’s Wells

…Blue badge holders are able to park their cars on single yellow lines. The theatre also has its own Access Car Park. This is for Disabled patrons and people over…

Architecture

…Since 2006 VocalEyes has been leading the way in the development of audio-described architecture tours in the UK. We bring together architects, building owners and users, designers, artists, curators…

The Interval, #42

…Love, Thursday 11 February, 11am Pacific Time, 8pm UK, descriptive art tour, Zoom Blind Posse present Friendship and Love, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Settle in for a great…

Contact Theatre

…About the theatre: Contact is where young people change their lives through the arts, and audiences of all ages experience exciting new shows. The theatre are the leading national…

The Interval #5

…Birds and baking With many people listening to birdsong and turning to baking during lock down here is a great way to combine both and fun for you and kids…

PhD research studentship opportunity

…Cultural Engagement and wellbeing in older people with vision loss (FST13) The University of Westminster Graduate School is offering five MPhil/PhD Scholarships (Quintin Hogg Trust Scholarship in Life Sciences)…

We Shall Not Be Removed

…Formed in May 2020, #WeShallNotBeRemoved is a UK disability arts alliance formed as an emergency response to the pandemic. It has already delivered two national awareness raising campaigns. The…

Maggie’s West London (2008)

…cup of tea or coffee and engage with one another in an informal setting. Annexes off the main space, conceived as sitting rooms for people to talk, discuss, sit and…

Feast of Fire

…show ‘Spellbound’ in The Point car park, and then wander amongst fire sculptures and performances in Midsummer Boulevard (East). The People’s Procession by torchlight will then lead people to The…

Website accessibility

…of the site or if you have any other questions – we’d like to hear from you. EMAIL: [email protected]uk PHONE NUMBER: 020 7375 1043 Introduction to the site This site…

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