Saturday 16 March is Disabled Access Day, a chance to celebrate good access and to try something new.
For song and poetry and heart and guts, the matinee performance of Christopher Marlowe’s Edward II, in the candlelit beauty of the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at 2 pm (touch 12 pm), certainly delivers.
Or why not head to the Wellcome Collection from 11 am, for a multi-sensory experience that promises to encompasses tours and discussion, movement and vibration, smells and spices, curious objects to handle and memorable dreams to reflect on. Whatever you decide to explore, their team of knowledgeable visitor experience assistants are ready to show you around.
Alternatively, why not visit an icon of London? As part of their Disabled Access Day event, St Paul’s Cathedral has two free audio described tours at 10:30 am and at 1:30 pm.
In Wolverhampton, Macbeth is audio-described at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, at 2:30 pm, touch tour 12:30 pm.
In Dartford, you could spend the afternoon with a group of ordinary ladies who achieved something extraordinary; Calendar Girls The Musical is audio-described at the Orchard Theatre at 2:30 pm, touch tour at 12:45 pm.
But don’t worry if you’re busy on the 16 March, there’s still lots of audio-described performances, tours and exhibitions to choose from!
Whatever your experience, why not write a review? The focus of Disabled Access Day 2019 will be to try something new and leave a review on Euan’s Guide, the disabled access review website.
Going to St Paul’s Cathedral on Disabled Access Day? Tweet them @StPaulsLondon using #AccessDay.