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

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Famed for its legendary street theatre production, Carmen Funebre, which explored the impact of war on civilians, Polish company Teatr Biuro...

Fri 1 July 2016 10pm

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Date added: 29 June 2016

Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2016 soon to be announced….

Do have a listen to the AD introductions for each of the five finalists by visiting the Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2016 page of our...

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 access into each performance. Our Chief Executive, Matthew Cock, went to see the show at Theatre Royal, Stratford East. Afterwards, he interviewed Amanda by email about her experience.

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"The Grand Opera House was delighted to work with VocalEyes to provide an audio described performance and touch tour of One Man, Two Guvnors for our blind and partially sighted patrons. This fantastic service gives them a greater appreciation of the production and with an accompanying touch tour; attendees get to meet cast members, ask questions and generally have the chance to get the show into perspective."

Aine Dolan - Community & Education Manager, GOH