Visual Assistance

British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreted Performances
British Sign Language (BSL) interpreted performances enable Deaf BSL users to understand the performance through the signs of an interpreter, who translates the spoken language into BSL. The position of the BSL interpreter will usually be indicated on the seating plan.

Integrated BSL - performances with integrated BSL interpretation involve the interpreter being part of the action onstage.
Captioned Performances
Theatre captions are similar to television subtitles and convert spoken word in to visible text that provides those who are Deaf, deafened or hard of hearing with access to live performances.

Open captions are displayed on screens at either side of the stage for all audience members to view.

Closed captions can be viewed on your mobile device via a FREE app called The Difference Engine, when available.

Little Shop of Horrors BSL Flyers

You can find the BSL Flyer for Little Shop of Horrors below.

The Difference Engine

Shows using the free mobile captioning app will be listed below, when available.

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