12 July 2012

Latitude Festival - Deaf Access

BSL Translation d/Deaf and disabled access information 
Now on Latitude Youtube Channel and on the Festival website links below:

To view on Youtube:

To apply for 2 for 1 ticket scheme get your application in NO LATER than the 15 June.

Application form available to download on the website:

We hope to BSL interpret 10+ shows this year across Music, Comedy, Outdoor and indoor Theatre, Literary and Poetry.

d/Deaf can camp in the Guest area at no extra cost to access the Team!
We run a BSL Communicating and Interpreting request service and a BSL Tour of site and communication support for workshops around site.

Tell me as early as possible. If no one is available then we can't cover your request.
Requests are on a first come first served basis

BSL Interpreted shows will be announced shortly.

No communication support needed! mix of visual and visual audio(music) mix shows.....

Noise of Art

I have been looking through the line up announced so far for visual and visual audio mixed shows..
Heres the list so far with plenty more to come!!

C!RCA   C!RCA From Australia- a bold new vision of contemporary Circus

BAC: Paper Cinema BAC paper Cinema - masterful puppetry, a silent film is created before    your eyes!
Graduate Fashion Show Graduate Fashion Show 
Birds Eye View Birds Eye View- Silent film Sparrows, with live music score in enclosed  arena, music can be 'felt' better.
Noise of Art - immersive and visual clubbing experience a carnival of Victorian-style, steampunk-esque costumes and magic lanterns with trippy visuals.’ Time Out
Sadler’s Wells presents The Most Incredible Thing: Pet Shop Boys, Javier De Frutos; Candoco and Jonzi-D Candoco Dance Company - disabled and non-disabled dancers and  Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist and leading figure in British hip hop scene, Jonzi-D.  

An excerpt from the hugely popular Sadler’s Wells Production, The Most Incredible Thing 

Matthew Bourne Early Adventures : Spitfire Matthew Bourne Early Adventures : Spitfire 
Noble and ludicrous at once, ironic and weirdly convincing. Bourne’s timing and construction are marvellous; his dancers are stylish and heroically funny” The Independent. 
Flash Mob, a preview!   
Features your favourite dancers from shows including:
Got To Dance,
So You Think You Can Dance
Move It Like Michael Jackson.

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