London: Disabled Access Day
Venues that are taking part in Disabled Access Day in London, from Westminster Abbey to St. James Theatre - there are lots of events going on across the…
On Saturday 12th we will then be getting a selection of qualified dogs, student dogs, puppies and their owners in to do bucket collections during the incoming and outcoming of both our matinee and evening performances. Members of the public will then be able to see the dogs, donate and ask any questions about the association.
Wac Arts, London Waccess will take part between 4pm-6pm on Saturday 12th January at Wac Arts, the event will include taster sessions in the following- Fencing, Archery, Boccia, Table Tennis, Music, Dance, Health Consultancy, IAG Media and Sensory Workshops. Plus loads of other fun activities and a raffle. Refreshments available.
Borough Market will be hosting a live cookery demonstration with MasterChef 2015 finalist (and BSL Level 2 interpreter) Tony Rodd, with registered BSL signer Ben LeGrys on hand to interpret for the deaf community. In the pod next door, regular demo chef Celia Brooks will be running a blindfolded tasting activity, showing visitors how the taste of Market ingredients' is altered when you can’t rely on your sight.
We are excited to be involved in Disabled Access Day 2016! We are currently busy finalising plans but these will include: two tours of the auditorium and projection room, one which will be a BSL tour and one will be a touch tour (times to be confirmed) subtitling our films on 12th March (screenings to be confirmed) running our Kid's Club with autism friendly sound and lighting and arts and craft activities We will be updating this information in the coming weeks once our plans are finalised.