The Audio Description Association (ADA) works to raise the standard and profile of audio description nationwide, supporting audio describers and facilitating a quality service for blind and partially sighted people.

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Update: Press Release - ADA Urges theatres to remember visually Impaired when streaming content 14.5.20

Audio Description Association urges theatres to remember visually impaired viewers when streaming their content. The Audio Description Association (ADA) is calling on theatres not to forget their visually impaired patrons when streaming content online. Well over 2 million people in the UK have sight loss and…

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Update: A Message from our Chairman

We are sending our best wishes and support to all Audio Describers during this National crisis. We understand that it is an uncertain and worrying time for everyone; and with the shutdown of theatres and entertainments venues a lot of the opportunities available to Audio…

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Update: ADA Professional Development Session at MK Gallery, On the 23 March Postponed

Opening up the Outdoors – audio describing natural heritage sites: ADA Professional Development Session, MK Gallery, Milton Keynes, 23 March 2020 We are sorry to report that this event has been POSTPONED in response to the Government’s advice on social distancing to limit the spread…

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Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

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