Photos from Wednesday Afternoon Club 17th July 2019

Apologies for the lateness with this post!

Here are photos from the StageText presentation given out to members of Wednesday Afternoon Club on 17th July 2019.

StageText is used to provide captioning and live subtitling in theatre and shows and concerts etc. This provides accessibility for deaf and hard-of-hearing people to attend showings. Thank you to StageText for providing the presentation to the local deaf people in Milton Keynes!

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To find out more about StageText and what showings are available with captioning see:

www.stagetext.org/whats-on

Sirens – Thursday 13th June 7.30pm – Stantonbury Theatre

Sirens – Thursday 13th June 7.30pm – Stantonbury Theatre, Milton Keynes

‘And before you can say damaged male ego, we’re holed up on a four foot square rock for the rest of eternity…’

When three Greek women defy the want of Zeus and are cursed with a deadly voice, the famous myth of the Sirens is born. But when they find out that the truth about them may have been a bit more than ‘tweaked’, they are catapulted to Hastings beach in 2019 with one mission: rewrite history.

Using breathtaking visual storytelling, stunning projections and a lot of feathers, Zoo Co’s award winning show Sirens sticks two fingers up at gender expectations and asks, when your voice is silenced, how do you stand up and shout out?

Sirens is creatively captioned and BSL inclusive, with a Deaf and hearing cast. We welcome d/Deaf and hearing audiences.

Tickets £13/£11

Box office 01908 324466

Or online: http://www.stantonburytheatre.co.uk/…/all-sho…/sirens/16372/

Vagabond Film Festival: Deaf Culture Into Light

Vagabond Film Festival is showing a selection of Deaf short films on Friday 27th July from 12 noon to 2pm. The short films will have BSL and English subtitles and will be shown at MK Gallery in the Theatre District, Central Milton Keynes.
 
See link below for more information about the short films and to purchase tickets. Watch the video above by Samuel Dore explaining the Deaf film programme.
 
 
An anime film about a deaf girl and a school bully will also be shown at the Dome venue in Campbell park at 3.15pm and will be subtitled and introduced by Samuel Dore in BSL.