No one should feel theatre isn’t for them so every step of our journey should be accessible. For Deaf, neurodiverse and disabled people access isn’t just an optional extra.

We’re working hard to remove barriers where we can

Our productions
  • Choosing sites and venues that are physically accessible
  • Offering BSL interpretation and audio description for all our shows
  • Developing our own system for captioning on iPads (so we can still offer captioning when we’re halfway up a mountain)
  • Creating accessible content including audio introductions, flyers and trailers as well as BSL flyers and captioned trailers
  • You’ll find specific access information for every show on our event pages

We’re making progress in other areas too, including:

  • Access Riders inviting every person we work with to tell us what they need to do their best work
  • Improving the accessibility of our website
  • Working with and learning from partners including Disability Arts Cymru and Unlimited
  • Reviewing our recruitment processes and philosophy
  • Disability and inclusion training for all our staff