We would all love to make our work more accessible to D/deaf and disabled audiences but it can seem daunting if you’re new to doing it and a lot of the accepted ways of making work accessible are really expensive and not necessarily available to emerging artists. But this doesn’t have to be the way.

There are ways of making work that is accessible without spending a penny. Let’s chat about them. Making your work more accessible opens up your work to a huge new audience, makes your work more favourable in the eyes of the arts council, and can be artistically more satisfying than ignoring 20% of the population. It’s not talked about enough that making your work more accessible is the sensible business decision. So let’s support each other in making that happen!

Join Ben Wilson for a workshop/discussion as together we formulate ideas for more inventive and creative ways of making your work accessible without paying through the nose.


Please arrive at Crucible box office at 5.25pm

Running time: About 1 hour and 30 minutes (including a 15 minute interval)
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