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Family BSL Pop-up Performances at the V&A Museum

Pop-up Performance The Tale of Little Red Riding Hood © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Did you know that the V&A Museum in London has BSL performances especially for families? On 1 and 22 August, three times a day, there will be BSL interpretation of two exciting and unique performances by signer Matthew Wainright from Deaf Umbrella. Matthew is completely involved in the action of each story, interacting with the […]

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Blue birds and BSL

Pop up Performance, Family Art Fun © Victoria and Albert Museum

Do you want to learn the secrets of the Willow Pattern, be transported into a magical fairy-tale world or dress up and dance like 80’s pop star Adam Ant? This winter and spring we have a number of British Sign Language Interpreted (BSL) interactive performances for families as part of our regular Saturday’s Pop up […]

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Rock, pop and sign language

BSL interpreted performance

Do you want to learn how to dance like 80’s icon Adam Ant or try on an 18th century wig and learn how to bow/ curtsey like the king’s courtiers? This summer and autumn we have a number of British Sign Language Interpreted (BSL) interactive performances for families as part of our regular Saturday’s Pop […]

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