Deaf news in BSL from Remark: Deaf Apprentice | Comedy show | New building for Frank Barnes School

Posted on August 17, 2012



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Job opportunity at Ireland’s Hands On
Mind The Gap Films are looking for a production assistant to work on the new series of Hands On.

Punk Chef pilot to feature at BSL Zone Showcase
It has been revealed that ‘Punk Chef’, a new cookery programme with shed-loads of attitude, will be screened at the BSL Zone Showcase on 15th September 2012.

Brand New Deaf Comedy Show
Brand New Deaf Comedy Show, featuring the likes of Matthew Gurney, David Sands,Memnos Costi, Nadia Nadarajah, Charlotte Arrowsmith, Vitalis Katakinas and Brian Duffy, will be touring all over the UK to raise money for Deaf Volunteers in Sri Lanka.

Deaf Squash held in Portsmouth
Lee-on-Solent club in Portsmouth has been selected as the venue for the World Squash Championships this October.

A fantastic opportunity to become an apprentice
Deaf Apprentice’s new website is now available for deaf people with ambitions to become an apprentice – a mixture of learning while working at the same time.

New arts, culture and heritage centre for Deaf People
Charity organisation, Deafway, had an application approved by Preston Council this week to begin construction on a new flagship arts, culture and heritage centre at Brockholes Brow.

Plymouth Deaf Club granted Alcohol Licence after locals object
Plymouth Deaf Club has been granted a licence to serve alcohol. The first application for a ‘Music, Dance and Alcohol Licence’ was rejected by local residents over fears that late-leaving guests might behave inappropriately and leave litter.

Frank Barnes School to move to new building
The Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children have now been given the green light to move from their current location to an entirely new state of the art development in King’s Cross in 2015.

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