This guide offers some simple solutions for under resourced small to middle scale performing arts producers and makers whose work is not yet fully inclusive and accessible to disabled people.
Resources - Access
house have put together this resource for venues to self-assess their access provision for staff and patrons.
Based on the same document which we use in house, this template is for a company to better describe the access provision available for their production.
Arts Council England have created a guide to those applying for Project Grants with access needs and for those who want to make their work as accessible as possible.
This information sheet explains the types of support they can help with at the different stages of applying for a grant.
A list of simple tips for touring companies to integrate access into their tour.
20 simple ways of making your marketing more accessible.
By Jennifer Tomkins, Head of Marketing and Development, Artsadmin and Jo Verrent, Senior Producer, Unlimited
An information sheet dedicated to links and advice on receiving captioned performances at your venue. Kindly provided by STAGETEXT.
Sarah Wilson, house Marketing Support Officer, has recently created a Visual Story for Farnham Maltings with the aim to engage with, and welcome, community members who have autism to the building.
A Visual Story aims to support children, young people and adults with autism, communication difficulties, other learning disabilities and those with English as a second language.
Please feel free to download this Visual Story to help you create a similar document for your venue or tour.
A few tips with quick and easy changes to make sure your web content is accessible to all.
A document of useful advice and links on how best to promote a captioned performance.