VocalEyes - nationwide audio description charity, providing access to the arts for blind and partially sighted people


Ancient Egyptian masks and mummies

Encounter artefacts of the afterlife through this audio descriptive talk and tour.  This tour is part of the University of Cambridge Museums Group programme of events for blind and partially sighted adults delivered by staff trained in audio...

Tue 28 June 2016 3pm


Date added: 21 June 2016

Interview with Amanda Wright about describing The Government Inspector

Amanda Wright is a cast member and audio describer for Birmingham Rep’s tour of The Government Inspector, supported by Ramps on the Moon, an initiative to integrate disabled and non- disabled performers and practitioners, as well as building...

Part time, 4d per week, £27,500 pro rata = £22,500 p.a. VocalEyes is looking for a Programme Manager to run our Museums, Galleries and Heritage Programme from our London offices. The successful candidate will have excellent project management, communication and relationship development skills. Reporting to the Chief Executive, you will be self-motivated, resourceful and have a passion for access and inclusion in the arts and heritage.


It seemed like a good a time as any for us to launch our fundraising page. https://t.co/XzwOuO1LtB

24-Jun-2016 14:44

"We at the Tricycle want to express our enormous gratitude to Michael and VocalEyes. Michael has been a constant source of support during our nascent Audio-Description venture, not only with all things technical, but also in terms of thinking about operations and marketing. He's covered everything; if we experience a difficulty, he fixes it!
The service that VocalEyes deliver is exemplary. The new audiences that VocalEyes have enabled us to reach are of great importance to the Tricycle. We hope, in collaboration with VocalEyes, to be able to nurture and grow our Blind and partially sighted audiences, and look greatly forward to Audio-Describing every show in this new season.

Zoe Ingenhaag, Associate Producer