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: Congratulations to Anne Hornsby

Congratulations to Anne Hornsby, former ADA Vice Chair and Committee Member for her success at the Manchester Theatre Awards, where she received a Special Recognition Award for her work to make Theatre's Accessible for Blind and Visually Impaired People. The hard work and dedication…

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Update: Happy Mothers Day

May your day be as wonderful and perfect as you are. Happy Mother’s Day! From at ADA.   The image is of a field of daffodils

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Update: A round up of Pantomimes from 2017/18

While it is still cold, wet and miserable out there, let’s talk Pantomimes. It may seem odd to discuss last season’s pantomimes now! but, as all seasoned pantomime audience knows there is no better time than the first few months of…

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Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

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