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Ask the chicken: My husband won’t let me turn on the subtitles on TV. What should I do?

October 26, 2014

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Here’s another popular article from our archive, first published in May 2013. Tell us which articles you think should be reposted by […]

Review: STAGETEXT’s global theatre watch-along – with captions!

October 1, 2014

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The date was 25th September 2014. The time was 7.30pm. The popcorn was salted. The cushions were plumped. Everything was […]

Join STAGETEXT tomorrow night for a global watch-a-long of Much Ado About Nothing, with captions!

September 24, 2014

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Our Supporter STAGETEXT recently linked up with Digital Theatre so that deaf people can watch six acclaimed plays online with […]

Deaf News: Partnership means theatre plays will be released with captions online

August 20, 2014

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The charity STAGETEXT (who are one of our supporters) and DIGITAL THEATRE are delighted to announce that they have formed […]

“It’s amazing to find out that someone has gone back to the theatre after a 10 year absence.” Meet outgoing STAGETEXT CEO, Tabitha Allum

August 14, 2014

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After ten years leading STAGETEXT, the charity that work to provide access to theatre and the arts through captioning and […]

London’s Royal Court theatre offers £10 tickets for captioned and BSL performances to Limping Chicken readers

July 15, 2014

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The Royal Court theatre, Britain’s leading theatre for new plays, has launched a new season of accessible performances for deaf […]

Charlie Swinbourne: Music venues should follow Glastonbury and give Deaf people better access to concerts

June 30, 2014

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By all accounts, this year’s Glastonbury festival went down a muddy storm, and even better, the festival has also been […]

Deaf News: Ofcom study reveals average 5.6 second delay in live subtitles – nearly DOUBLE recommended delay

April 30, 2014

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Ofcom today published its first report on the quality of live TV subtitles provided by broadcasters in the UK, looking […]

Richard Turner: What would Nelson Mandela have thought about the lack of subtitles at the cinema?

January 6, 2014

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I really wanted to go and see the new film about Nelson Mandela called ‘Nelson Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ […]

Joanna Poulton: Why Vimeo and other online video hosting sites need to be more accessible

December 18, 2013

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There are vast amounts of creative and visual content online that is still inaccessible to deaf  audiences due to the […]