Whats On Guides
These organisations publish listings of Audio Described Performances and Activities.
ADA Scotland list many Audio Described events north of the border.
Mind's Eye, run by Anne Hornsby, is the longest-running agency supplying audio describers, serving theatres, museums and galleries across the UK. Performances and events described by Mind's Eye are listed on its website.
Scene and Sound is run by a community group based in Derby which works to promote all types of assisted performances both for blind and Deaf audiences. The website lists assisted performances, including audio described shows, by member theatres across the UK.
SOLT is the trade association for the London theatre industry. Its Access London Theatre guide, published three times a year, lists audio described, captioned and signed performances in the London area. The guide is available in large print, Braille, audio tape and CD. To order a free copy, call 0207 557 6700, email firstname.lastname@example.org or download it from their website.
Funded by Arts Council England, VocalEyes is the largest of the agencies supplying audio describers in the UK. Details of performances and events described by VocalEyes are included in its newsletter, which is published 4 times a year and freely available in a choice of formats (call 0207 375 1043 or email email@example.com). Performances described in-house at theatres supported by See A Voice are also listed.