Go See: BSL and captioned performances at Brighton Dome this Spring

Posted on March 23, 2017

This is a sponsored post from Brighton Dome.

Brighton Dome: BSL and Captioned performances this Spring

The Grade I listed Brighton Dome is the South Coast’s leading arts and music venue.

There are a number of assisted performances for deaf audiences this season, including BSL-interpreted performances of Shon Dale-Jones’s Fringe First-winning The Duke (Fri 31 Mar, 7.45pm) and children’s theatre show Sammy and the Snow Leopard (Thu 20 Apr, 2.30pm), plus a STAGETEXT captioned performance of Barely Methodical Troupe’s thrilling circus spectacular, KIN (Wed 19 Apr, 7.30pm). 

If you have any specific access enquiries, email access@brightondome.org  and find out more about these shows at: http://brightondome.org/

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