Unlimited

Wed 4 ⁠–⁠ Sun 8 September 2024 Unlimited 2024 is a multi-artform festival showcasing outstanding dance, performance, comedy, music, poetry and visual art by disabled artists. So much is accessible by BSL interpretation (and captioning).  Keep an eye on our What’s On page, or the Southbank Centre’s What’s On. The 2024 programme features a stellar line-up of performers…

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New project makes Shakespeare accessible for D/deaf school children

University of Birmingham academics have been working on a project to make Shakespeare accessible for D/deaf children in schools. Resources for Macbeth can be found on the RSC’s website: https://www.rsc.org.uk/learn/schools-and-teachers/teacher-resources/signing-shakespeare-for-deaf-students Deaf actor, Sophie Stone, who plays Lady Macbeth in the films, and has played Jaques at Shakespeare’s Globe commented: “This has been a passion project…

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Museum of the Order of St John – their BSL video with John Wilson.

Welcoming D/deaf visitors at the Museum of the Order of St John – Advice for other museums and galleries! Ensuring that the Museum Galleries, our spectacular historic interiors and public programme are as accessible and inclusive as possible, starts with the pre-visit information available online.  Consequently, we were very keen to create an introductory BSL film for the…

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Our Christmas Card Design Competition – Results!

large Christmas tree in the middle with all leaves as hands, a snow man on one side a reindeer on the other with 'merry Christmas' written across the top of the page.

So,.. with lots of entries again for our Christmas Card Competition, … the results are in…. We are delighted to announce that Lili Dixon (aged 14) from Doncaster School for the Deaf, won FIRST prize.  Her design is shown here, and will be printed and sent round to all our contacts, colleagues and friends so it can…

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