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Can I Live? Online Workshop

…I Live?, conceived, written and performed by Fehinti Balogun. *This workshop is for individuals who identify as people of the Global Majority only.* Please note that some of these events…

The Mousetrap

…Audio described in-house. Discover why Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept people guessing for so long, becoming the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre….

The Mousetrap

…Audio-described in-house. Discover why Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept people guessing for so long, becoming the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre. The…

Can I Live? Online Workshop

…nature, environment and community connection. About the Guest speaker: Josephine Carter Josephine Carter is a poet and facilitator based in Folkestone, UK. She has led creative workshops and community projects…

Lumen United Reform Church (2009)

…welcome to people from many backgrounds, including students and visitors to London. Theis and Khan Architects were commissioned by members of the Regent Square URC to redesign the existing 1960s…

My son, theatre and audio description

…Richard was proud to be a part of the largest number of visually impaired people in a theatre audience, an event organised by VocalEyes and making it into the Guinness…

Jackie Hagan: This Is Not A Safe Space

…Audio described in-house. Jackie Hagan reveals the real voices of proper skint disabled people in her new solo show that aims to get people to sit up, listen and…

River Thames 4 – A Site Specific Sculpture

…is created by The Thames Festival Trust and depicts the location and tells the story of 11 boathouses and the people working in them. At the end is a looped…

The Interval, #2

…springtime has to offer. In collaboration with BBC Springwatch Elizabeth Guntrip pioneered Wildlife from my Window – a way for disabled people unable to leave their homes to share their…

Audio-described event at the Wellcome Collection

…Clare Conley joined members of staff from the Wellcome Collection and a number of blind and partially sighted people for an audio-described evening, following on from audio description, visual…

Audio description and dance

…and other styles in between. And you’re describing an activity that is probably quite alien to many viewers, with or without sight. What are those people doing with their legs…

Blindness

…Within days an epidemic of blindness has spread through the city. The government tries to quarantine the contagion by herding the newly blind people into an empty asylum. But their…

The Interval, #12, disability in museums

…for the Blind was just one of eight locations associated with deaf and disabled people in Bristol, Liverpool and London & the South East, whose histories were explored as part…

Exploring Kettle’s Yard through touch

…Cambridge art gallery and house, Kettle’s Yard, is working in partnership with Cambridgeshire Older People’s Enterprise (COPE) on a new programme called Talking Together. Available to people living in…

Would you like to join the VocalEyes User Panel?

…sighted people want and expect from audio-described theatre performances, audio-described events at museums, galleries and heritage sites and any other aspects of access to the arts. We plan to hold…

The Interval, #18, accessible culture online

…humour, and real status as a community poet, he is unique.” (Peter Forbes). Linton Kwesi Johnson: “…the popular music of Jamaica, the music of the people, is an essentially experiential…

Visual awareness training for customer-facing staff

…eye conditions people may have. Practical guiding, including stairs and doorways. Etiquette around talking with and about people who are blind or partially sighted. Guide Dogs: what they do, their…

Pillar Box on Formosa Street

…surroundings. However, it was so inconspicuous that people kept bumping into them, so in 1874 the distinctive ‘pillar box red’ became the standard colour. “This little red box really does…

Audio description in Parisian theatre

…staff. In 2015, they audio described about 152 shows across France, with 1,920 people making use of the service. In general, the number of described shows offered in Paris is…

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