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Broadcasting theatre audio description #2: Radio

…EMILIA by Lloyd Malcolm; 31 August 2018. Credit: Helen Murray / ArenaPAL (www.arenapal.com) Shakespeare’s Globe and radio Our main use of radio at a dedicated theatre venue has been at…

What’s On & Online 26th August 2021

audio guide. Book tickets online or email [email protected]uk.com Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at Bristol Hippodrome, audio described. Thursday 16th September, 7:30pm. Tickets from £20 This most enchanted musical returns…

What’s On & Online – 1st July 2021

and questions from the audience. This event is for people interested in accessibility and inclusion in the arts including artists and creatives, arts, academics and voluntary and community organisations, regardless…

Audio Description and opera

…the music as sacrosanct: that is,I don’t come to an opera to hear the music alone. I come for a shared experience and I come to be surprised. I hope…

Museums and heritage sites: online training

…sight loss. Trainees will learn how to effectively welcome and communicate with blind and visually impaired people. Ways to remain digitally accessible will also be considered. Objectives On completion of…

We’re seeking new trustees for VocalEyes

…Charity Commission and the public in general. Your commitment is to prepare for (by reading the papers), attend and contribute to four Board meetings each year (Central London, 5-7pm). There…

What’s On & Online 9th December 2021

of 2021. What’s On Measure for Measure at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, audio described. Saturday 18th December, 2pm. Tickets £5 – £59 Shakespeare’s powerful and darkly comic play comes to thrilling…

What’s On & Online 16th September 2021

would be welcome to visit alone or with a companion. If helpful, Wellcome can arrange for a member of the front of house team to support you in navigating the…

What’s On & Online 23rd September 2021

of social distance. ADULT CHILDREN examines the complex fragility of relationships in a time of social distance, exploring the shifting needs between families and friends, young people and old, performers…

What’s On & Online 28th October 2021

disabled people have been using technology to connect since even before the pandemic, creating communities without having to be in the same space. With people losing access to work, studying…

VocalEyes is seeking three new trustees

of freelance describers and trainers working on projects each year at theatres, museums and heritage sites, helping to build cultural communities across the UK. You can read about our team,…

Mind the Gap: Diversity Description Workshop

Then we got into the more complicated aspects. Should the description mention people’s skin colour? If we mention one actor is black, then we should clarify that the others are…

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paid via PAYE, making a commitment to giving is very simple. Payroll Giving is a flexible scheme which allows anyone who pays UK income tax to give regularly and on…

The Interval 29

experiences on audiences. Her particular focus area is access to the arts and heritage sector for people who are blind or partially sighted. Rachel recently completed her PhD at the…

Digital theatre and audio description: what do users want?

…would risk excluding some VI people who aren’t computer literate. Other than providing them as a downloadable option, possibly with the addition of a paper version which could be reformatted…

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