Come along to our award-winning Deaf Theatre Club at Sherman Theatre where you can access the following:
• Discounted tickets
• Captioned or BSL performances
• FREE BSL introduction to productions
• FREE BSL post-show discussions
All members of the D/deaf community are eligible to join Sherman 5.
Full details about the Autumn Season 2019 can be found here.
DEAF THEATRE CLUB: CHRISTMAS 2019
There are two Deaf Theatre Club performances coming up this Christmas:
BSL-INTERPRETED: The Ugly Duckling -- 14 Dec 11.00 am -- BSL interpretation by Sami Thorpe.
CAPTIONED: The Snow Queen -- 14 Dec 2.00 pm.
See our BSL video flyer for the BSL and captioned performances of The Ugly Duckling and The Snow Queen below:
There will be BSL support from Claire Anderson before each show, as well as a variety of pre-show activities.
TO BOOK: Please email the Box Office at email@example.com and let our staff know you are a Sherman 5 member of Deaf Theatre Club.
CAPTIONED: Hedda Gabler -- 23 Oct 7.30 pm
BSL-INTERPRETED: On Bear Ridge -- 4 Oct 7.30 pm
BSL-INTERPRETED: Meet Fred -- 26 Sept 7.45 pm
CAPTIONED: Lose Yourself, 24 May 7.30 pm -- pre-show chat with BSL support from Claire Anderson at 6.30 pm: chat with writer Kath Chandler and director Patricia Logue.
BSL-INTERPRETED: Get it While it's Hot: Five Green Bottles, 10 Apr 6.30 pm -- pre-show BSL support from Claire Anderson. BSL-interpreter of show: Stephen Brattan-Wilson.
CAPTIONED: The Taming of the Shrew, 14 Mar 7.30 pm -- pre-show BSL support from Claire Anderson.
BSL-INTERPRETED: Anweledig, 12 Mar 7.00 pm -- BSL-interpreted performance and post-show talk. Interpreter: Cathryn McShane-Kouyate.
Action on Hearing Loss Cymru Award
We were delighted that Action on Hearing Loss Cymru recognised Sherman Theatre's Deaf Theatre Club with an Excellence Wales Award in 2017 and 2018 -- the judging process was carried out by a panel of people who are deaf and hard of hearing and members of the charity. The awards recognise organisations that are working to improve services to the 575,000 people in Wales who have a hearing loss.