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Trish Hodson

Access & Inclusivity Matters

I qualified on the VocalEyes: Audio Description for live theatre training course in 2019.

I co-described & Juliet at The Shaftesbury, London in March 2020. Available for all types of audio description work, whether live or remotely delivered or recorded.
I was an Access Officer in a large commercial theatre for 23 years. I now deliver everyday accessibility training to arts, leisure and community organisations. My training focusses on  embedding inclusive customer service for a broad range of access requirements and across departments, with additional packages focussing on front of house and volunteers, and how to set-up and successfully deliver assisted performances.

website accessandinclusivitymatters.com

Email

info@accessandinclusivitymatters.com

Tel:

07751 552416

Based in:

Regions covered:

North West, North East, Wales, West Midlands, East Midlands, East Anglia, South West, South East, London, Ireland, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Qualifications:

Skills:

Screen, Theatre

Brid Ni Ghruagain

One of Ireland's two homegrown describers, guaranteeing a very broad range of productions and exhibitions for me to work on. Ten years experience. Also a theatre practitioner, opera singer and classical musician. (Audio Description available in English and Irish languages)

Email

bridnig@gmail.com

Based in:

Dublin Ireland

Regions covered:

North West, North East, Wales, West Midlands, East Midlands, East Anglia, South West, South East, London, Ireland, Scotland, Northern Ireland

Qualifications:

Certificate in Audio Description Skills - Stage

Skills:

Dance, Inclusive Theatre, Live Events, Opera, Outdoor Performance, Promenade Performance, Screen, Site Specific Performance, Theatre, Visual Arts/Museums