Access

We want everyone to experience our events

Festival of Voice is committed to ensuring an accessible environment and improving access for everyone at our events. All Festival of Voice venues are wheelchair accessible. To book a wheelchair space, please make your venue aware at point of booking. 

If you have anxiety or mental health needs and need additional arrangements and support, or would like to choose somewhere specific to sit, please get in touch. 

All Festival of Voice venues welcome assistance dogs and can provide water on request. 

 

Accessible Performances

Double Vision - Audio Description for every performance 6 – 17 June – script is inclusive by Design and Touch Tours are available before each performance facilitated by trained Stage Management staff. Captioned performances Thursday 14 and Saturday 16 June.

Highway One - Audio Description performance Saturday 9 + Sunday 10 June. Audio description is by Alistair Sil and Touch Tours will be available before each performance.

Lovecraft (Not the Sex Shop in Cardiff) - BSL Interpreted performances 8+14 June provided by Sami Thorpe; touch tours available on request provided by Josh Bowles.

ENGLISH - BSL interpreted performance 16 June 7pm; 23 June 2pm: Interpreter: Tony Evans.

Dr Sally Austen in conversation with Bella Bathurst: Sound - BSL interpreted, Sunday 10 June 4pm. Interpreter: Lianne Lusty.

Please let us know if you have a specific need and we will do our best to help: access@festivalofvoice.wales.