Welcome to the events thread. We will be sharing details of upcoming events through the UK on this thread. If you know of anything happening in your area please feel free to share on this page, we wouldn’t want anyone missing out. Best WishesAction on Hearing Loss
BSL Interpreted Event BSL Interpreter – Stephanie Raper
You can book tickets by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org Box Office via 0808 164 4616 or in Person
Courage leads the way for Disney’s most adventurous dreamers at Disney On Ice presents Dream Big. Join fearless Moana and the greatest demigod that ever lived, Maui, on an action-packed voyage to restore the stolen heart of Te Fiti.
Let your hair down with Rapunzel, travel on an epic journey of sisterly love with Anna and Elsa, and follow your heart along with Cinderella, Aurora, Jasmine and Belle. Plus, arrive early to join a special 90th birthday celebration in honour of Walt Disney’s true original, Mickey Mouse.
High-flying jumps, breathtaking skating and lovable Disney friends make Disney On Ice presents Dream Big an experience your family will never forget!
Enjoy Christmas carols and songs performed by the Addison Singers and the Deansfield Greenwich school choir and inspirational readings by famous names throughout the evening.
The festivities will continue after the service, with mulled wine and mince pies and the chance to win some exclusive Christmas gifts.
Venue: St Botolph’s without Bishopgate, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TL
Ticket price: £25
Date: Thursday 6 December 2018
For more information please contact the events team at: Email: Events@hearingloss.org.uk Telephone Katie: 0203 227 6177
Please note there will be a BSL Interpreter on the night.
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Play performed in English, Malay and BSL is coming to Preston
A fully-accessible play performed in English, Malay and British Sign Language is coming to Preston.
Written by North West born and based Andy Smith, SUMMIT is a three-act play featuring three people performing in the blend of languages, as they try to work together in the face of crisis.
Smith said: “In both form and content, the play looks to explore ideas of diversity, inclusion and agency, and I am looking forward to presenting it in many places and for many audiences across England this autumn.”
Exploring ideas of language, rhetoric and how people communicate with each other, SUMMIT tells the story of a meeting organised to discuss and resolve a potentially catastrophic situation.
Speaking of the play, an audience member said: “If I was going to recommend it to a friend, I would say it’s charming, it’s hopeful, it’s current, and it makes you feel like you want to be a better person.”
Kate McGrath, director of the play’s producers Fuel, said “Andy has an ability to get right to the essence of things, and in this case to ask, if everything were to change, what would your part in that change be? This is a brand new work that could not be more timely. It’s about crisis, communication, and community, and for me it’s also about finding courage.”
SUMMIT takes place at DERELICT at UCLan’s Media Factory on Saturday 3 November at 7.30pm.
The performance is fully accessible to both hearing and non-hearing audiences, and is suitable for ages 14+.
Tickets are £12 or £9 for concessions, and are available via DERELICT. The show is free to D/deaf audiences and BSL interpreters, who can book by emailing email@example.com
Cinderella Pantomime in the Michael Sheen Theatre, Ysgol Bae Baglan, Sirius Drive, Port Talbot SA12 7BT. We feel that everyone should have access to shows like this and have done several BSL performances in the past and this show will be no different. We have Liz May as our interpreter and she will be doing a full BSL performance on 29th November 2018. Tickets prices are as follows: Adults - £9, Children/Concessions- £7.50 and are available from www.cinderellapanto.co.uk
BSL and Captioned Performances - Royal Court
ear for eye by debbie tucker green follows Black British and African American characters navigating their way through society today. The cast of 16 includes deaf actor Jamal Ajala whose previous credits include Deafinitely Theatre, Graeae and the National Youth Theatre. We have four captioned performances and a BSL performance. Captioned performance are on 8, 15, 22, 24 ,30 Nov; the BSL performance is on 24 Nov, with interpreter Jacqui Beckford. There is also a BSL trailer for ear for eye on our YouTube channel. Click on the image below to watch the trailer.
And tickets can be booked online – full details here: https://royalcourttheatre.com/tickets-and-seating/Still No Idea running 31 Oct – 17 Nov. Part verbatim theatre, part improvisation, part comedy sketch show, the duo explore if people’s perceptions of disability have changed since there first show No Idea ten years ago. There will be a captioned performance on 8 Nov, and a BSL performance interpreted by Martin Fox-Roberts on 15 Nov.
You can see the full list of upcoming access performances here: https://royalcourttheatre.com/assisted-performances/