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Go see: Sencity party in London next weekend!

October 17, 2014

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Ingredients: Seventeen team members. Five senses. Four elements. Two nights. Vibrating dancefloors. Aroma jockeys from Holland. Visual jockey from America. […]

Jonathan Reid: Purley, “where deaf people in London go to die”

October 11, 2014

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Every Saturday morning, we are publishing one popular article from our archive, which you might have missed the first time […]

Ted Evans: Come along to Shuffle Festival on Sunday and watch Together, a forgotten classic about two Deaf men

July 29, 2014

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Naturally I’m always interested when deaf people are portrayed in films, I personally seek them out for my development project […]

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 […]

Deaf News: Deaf man cleared of murdering Deaf actor Vitalis Katakinas

June 2, 2014

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A Deaf man has been cleared of murder and manslaughter after an incident in which a Deaf actor died. Deaf […]

Review: Deafinitely Theatre’s ‘Two’ – by Donna Williams

January 9, 2014

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On 14th November I had a lovely birthday treat – a trip to London to see Deafinitely Theatre’s production of […]

Charlie Swinbourne: The day I saw Nelson Mandela making a speech in Trafalgar Square

December 6, 2013

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When I heard the sad news this morning that Nelson Mandela had passed away, my mind went back to a […]

Charlie Swinbourne: How Deaf filmmaker Ted Evans’s career hit new heights at the Paralympics

December 6, 2012

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In August, 80,000 people piled into London’s Olympic stadium for the spectacular opening ceremony for the 2012 Paralympic Games. But […]

Lianne Herbert: The frustration of attending a play without any access

October 24, 2012

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Last week, my drama teacher organised a theatre trip for my drama group – who are all hearing – to […]

Theatre Review: Love’s Labour’s Lost, by Deafinitely Theatre

May 23, 2012

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’37 Plays. 37 Languages.’ This is the tag line for the Globe Theatre’s Globe to Globe season, hosting theatre companies […]