An audience at a performance

Further information

Captioning and Audio Description

If you want to know more about any aspect of assisted performances, talk to the Access Coordinator at your venue, or contact Stagetext (for captioning information) or VocalEyes (for audio description information) or investigate the rest of this online resource.

You can find Stagetext at www.stagetext.org
Tel: 020 7377 0540
Textphone: 020 7247 7801
Fax: 020 7247 5622
enquiries@stagetext.org

You can find VocalEyes at www.vocaleyes.co.uk
Tel: 020 7375 1043
Fax: 020 7247 5622
enquiries@vocaleyes.co.uk

Sign Language Interpreters

You can source Sign Language Interpreters through the website of the Association of Sign Language Interpreters (ASLI)

http://www.asli.org.uk/interpreter-search-p3.aspx

and also Visual Language Professionals www.vlp.org.uk

It is also worth checking if you have a local interpreting agency. This may be run out of a local Deaf Society or through a local authority.

You can also contact Signed Performance in Theatre
Telephone 01925 754231
Textphone 01925 757115
Email ian@spit.org.uk
Website www.spit.org.uk

Information on Hearing Loss and Sight Loss

If you want to know more about being D/deaf or about being blind or partially sighted, contact these national organisations. The both have helpful resources freely available to download, and they signpost you to even more information. You will also be able to locate training providers on these websites.

Action on Hearing Loss (Formerly RNID, the Royal National Institute for the Deaf)
www.actiononhearingloss.org.uk

RNIB (Royal National Institute for the Blind)
www.rnib.org.uk

Conessionary Pricing

Disability Arts Cymru has very helpful information and guidance to help decision-making around concessionary ticket-pricing
www.dacymru.com/dwl/InfoConc.html

The Equality Act

The Government produces comprehensive information on the Act
www.direct.gov.uk/en/DisabledPeople/RightsAndObligations/DisabilityRights/DG_4001068

See also the Contact section of this website.