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Archive for April, 2012

SCOTLAND’S FIRST INCLUSIVE CLUB NIGHT A HUGE SUCCESS

Scotland’s first inclusive club night “LATE” has been branded a massive success, opening it’s doors to people with and without disabilities to enjoy a real clubbing experience. The event took place at the famous Glasgow night club ‘The Arches’ last Tuesday evening, hosted by dates-n-mates, Scotland’s first friendship and dating agency for adults with learning […]

VisualWorks – Solar Bear’s two day intensive workshop for BSL users

) Led by Solar Bear’s Artist in residence and international deaf theatre creator, Ramesh Meyyappan, VISUAL WORKS is a two day intensive workshop exploring and developing visual performance styles and forms focusing on the areas of puppetry, aerial work and comedy & clowning. We are looking for twelve deaf people with an interest in performing […]

Sony Creates Glasses That Provide Subtitles for Movies

Sony is looking to change the experience of cinema-going for anyone in need of subtitles for a movie by creating a special type of glasses that is capable of displaying subtitles on screen, just for you. Such a technology would allow anyone in need of subtitles to attend any showing they wish while others in […]

Snails & Ketchup by Ramesh Meyyappan – Tron, 1st & 2nd May

Inspired by Italo Calvino’s ‘The Baron in the Trees’, SNAILS & KETCHUP is the darkly comic tale of a dysfunctional family and follows a son taking to the trees to live an arboreal existence, escaping his brutal home environment for the solace of the forest. Powerfully told through solo performer Ramesh Meyyappan’s masterful storytelling, it […]

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