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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Upcoming Events

A reflection of the National Theatre productions Deep Blue Sea and Amadeus

9 July 2020 – 31 July 2020

A View On Access. A reflection of the National Theatre productions Deep Blue Sea and Amadeus

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Sight Village

22 July 2020 – 23 July 2020

Sight Village is pleased to present Sight Village Virtual; an online event providing you with a series of videos, podcasts and interactive workshops from the UK’s leading providers of products and services - all from the comfort of your own home!

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Latest Updates

Update: A reflection of the recent Old Vic In Camera Production via Zoom of Lungs

Old Vic, London

A View On Access. Click here for A reflection of the recent Old Vic In Camera Production via Zoom of Lungs starring Matt Smith and Clare Foy that took place at the end of June, beginning of July 2020 for 6 performances this insight outlines every aspect…

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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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Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

Touch Tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company

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