Audio Described performances offer a live verbal commentary via a headset, explaining the visual elements of a production as they unfold. Before the performance, you receive an introductory description, often along with a full touch tour of the set.
British Sign Language (BSL)
BSL stands for British Sign Language, and refers to our shows that our interpreted live on stage by a British Sign Language interpreter.
Captioning is best described as the theatrical equivalent of television subtitles. A display unit is placed either above or to the side of the stage, with the actor’s words appearing as they are spoken on stage. Character names and sound effects both on and off stage are also displayed.
A Relaxed Performance has a few subtle, yet important differences. The performance is designed with those on the autistic spectrum in mind, but can be helpful for people with a wide range of social, sensory, or educational access needs - Our main aim is to create a comfy, relaxed, non- judgemental atmosphere which means everybody and anybody can enjoy themselves.