Sign Language Interpreted Performances

What is a signed performance?

Signed performances are aimed at people who are Deaf or Hearing Impaired.

Trained describers, usually standing to one side of the stage or in a Box, interpret the script and language used by the performers at the same time it is being performed.

Performances are described often using British Sigh Language.

Specific seats are allocated in the theatre (mostly within the first eight rows) so that the theatre-goer can read the signers interpretation clearly.

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