What's on in July?
If you’re wondering what July has in store for you, look no further! We’ve handpicked a variety of accessible events to keep you entertained this summer.
Life Science Centre, Newcastle, 29th July, 7:30pm.
Do you want to unleash your inner scientist this July? Head along to the Life Science Centre on the 29th to hear comic and broadcaster Helen Keen talk about her experience of Selective Mutism. The event includes a chance to pull on a lab coat in the Experiment Zone - and even experiment on your friends in the Brain Zone. With a scheduled viewing of short sci-fi films from new filmmakers, the experience is sure to be out of this world! Induction loops are available inside the planetarium for hearing impaired visitors.
Find out about disabled access at the Life Science Centre on Euan’s Guide and book tickets here.
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh, 20th July, 10.00am – 3:30pm.
If you’re keen on the art scene, make sure you don’t miss your chance to discover the work of Charles François Daubigny at the National Gallery of Scotland. During a 90-minute audio described tour, you’ll explore the full range of his work and its relationship to other major artists. Once you’ve been inspired, you can demonstrate your budding artistry in the workshop after lunch (don’t forget to pack one!).
Theatre Royal, Norwich, 20th July – Captioned performance – 7:30pm.
27th July – Audio described, BSL interpretation of Mary Poppins – 7:30pm.
Add a little magic to your summer by catching the award winning production of Mary Poppins at the Norwich Theatre Royal. Float along to watch the Banks family as both adults and children alike are taught some invaluable lessons by their mystical guest. The theatre run includes a captioned performance on the 20th July and a performance that features audio description and BSL interpretation on the 27th July.
Find out more about the event and details on how to book over at Euan's Guide.
The Wellcome Centre, 183 Euston Road, London, 6:00 PM, July 28th (BSL).
If you’re the incurably curious type, you’ll be in good company at the Wellcome Centre. Founded by Sir Henry Wellcome, the centre features his varied collections of curiosities. If you’re interested in the free interactive tour, don’t leave your powers of deduction at home as you’ll be required to investigate some mystery objects and peculiar paintings. The tour will be interpreted in BSL.
Find out more about the event and details on how to book over at Euan’s Guide.
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, 28th, 29th and 30th July.
Take a trip back to the 1920s with the West End and Broadway award winning production of Chicago. Available at the centre for one week only, there’s never been a better time to enjoy the glitz and glam of the roaring 1920’s. The three dates mentioned feature captioning, audio description or a BSL interpretation.
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