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Europe

…but what happens to the people left behind? Written at the height of the Balkan war, the last major conflict on European soil, David Greig’s 1994 play has achieved the…

Leave a legacy

…With your bequest we will be better able to support and champion access to the arts and cultural heritage for blind and partially sighted people. There are many good reasons…

Europe

…but what happens to the people left behind? Written at the height of the Balkan war, the last major conflict on European soil, David Greig’s 1994 play has achieved the…

Alt-Text as Poetry

…that disabled people not only can access but want to access? I have a physical disability and often I make work that is rooted in my own access needs and…

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…

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…

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…

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…

The Interval #46

…her story erased from history? Coming Soon Mindful Poetry – a course for blind and visually impaired people with Dr Beverley Duguid. 8 sessions starting on Saturday 20th March, 11am…

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…

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…

Headstone Manor and Museum

…first room in the Manor House. The handheld tablets also enable you to listen to the main museum displays being read aloud. Staff and volunteer hosts will be happy to…

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

…Connect’ from audio specialists Sennheiser, which means that you can, if you choose, use your own mobile phone, tablet or iPod to listen to the introduction to the show and…

Audio Description Tour at the Whitechapel Gallery

…the exhibitions in Galleries 7, 8 & 9. For further information about the Whitechapel Gallery visit our website: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/ For more information relating to access, please visit: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/visit/access/  …

Lyric Theatre

…busses are not stopping on Shaftesbury Avenue itself. Please check with www.tfl.gov.uk There is a Q-park carpark at Chinatown, Newport Place. Q-Park’s Theatreland Parking Scheme offers 50% off car parking…

Audio Description Tour at the Whitechapel Gallery

…the exhibitions in Galleries 7, 8 & 9. For further information about the Whitechapel Gallery visit our website: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/ For more information relating to access, please visit: http://www.whitechapelgallery.org/visit/access/  …

Darlington Hippodrome

…and Catterick. www.arrivabus.co.uk COACH PARKING There is no coach parking allowed in the Park Place car parks opposite the Hippodrome. The only commercial car park is Chestnut Street, which is…

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