There are 33 Brighton Festival venues and each is a unique space. Details of access provisions can be found on individual venue pages. If you have any queries, please call the venue directly. You may also contact Brighton Dome's Visitor Services Team on 01273 261525 / 541.
Sign language interpretation
There are two British sign language interpreted performances at Brighton Festival 2013:
The Kite Runner
Fri 24 May, 7.30pm | Theatre Royal Brighton
Khaled Hosseini's bestseller is brought to life in a new heartfelt stage adaptation.
Backstage Tour presented in British Sign Language (BSL) at the Theatre Royal Brighton as part of Brighton Festival
Friday 24th May, 5 - 6pm | Theatre Royal Brighton
Would you like to explore the backstage areas of the Theatre Royal, learn about its amazing history, and see the mechanics behind the magic of the current production of The Kite Runner? This hour long walking tour around the back stage areas and auditorium at the Theatre Royal is a great opportunity to be introduced to the workings and history of the Theatre Royal and discover more about how theatre productions are created. Nadia will give a background to the story of the Kite Runner that will make the experience of watching the play even more enjoyable.
Presented in BSL by Nadia Nadarajah (performer) in collaboration with Tom Hitchins (Technical Manager, Theate Royal)
Sign language interpretation provided by Sue MacLaine.
Free admission, booking required - to reserve a place please email email@example.com
Places are limited – the meeting point for the tour is at Theatre Royal Stage Door on Bond Street.
Fully auditory experiences
The following performances are performed in darkness and are sound-only experiences:
Fri 24 - Sat 25 May | The Basement
A sound journey in complete darkness that places you at the centre of a thrilling attack on your own identity.
In other languages
The following show is performed in Spanish with English surtitles:
My Life After
Fri 24 - Sun 26 May | Brighton Dome Corn Exchange
A company of Argentine actors reconstruct the lives of their parents using old clothes, photographs and memories.