Go See: BSL interpreted and visual performances at Brighton Festival 2017

Posted on April 7, 2017



This is a sponsored post from Brighton Festival.

Acclaimed poet, rapper, playwright and novelist Kate Tempest takes the helm as Guest Director of Brighton Festival 2017, England’s largest curated mixed arts festival which takes place from 6 – 28 May.

Delve into an adventurous programme which spans theatre, music, dance, circus, poetry, literature and magical outdoor events.

Highlights include For the Birds (pictured), an immersive night-time adventure taking place in the Sussex woodland.

There are a number of BSL-interpreted performances across the festival, as well as a number of highly-visual dance and circus performances all of which can be enjoyed by Deaf audiences.

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

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