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Audio-described performances

Audio-described performances

These performances have a live audio-description that can be heard through headphones. A Touch Tour is for blind and partially-sighted customers to familiarise themselves with the set ahead of the performance. 

Large print version of the Season Brochure

May - September 2018 is available here

July 2018 - January 2019 is available here

Audio-Described version of the Season Brochure

May - September 2018 is available as 6 tracks:
Track 1, Track 2, Track 3, Track 4, Track 5 and Track 6

July 2018 - January 2019 is available as 6 tracks:
Track 1, Track 2, Track 3, Track 4, Track 5 and Track 6

Braille versions of our season brochures are also available

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National Theatre Access List

To book tickets at the Disabled concessionary rate, subscribe to our Access List. More information, and sign-up form.  Access List members should log in before selecting tickets.

We hold an allocation of seats for blind and partially-sighted customers. You can also book a free Touch Tour ahead of the performance.

Tel: 020 7452 3284
Email: access@nationaltheatre.org.uk

 

 

 

What is an Audio-Described Performance?

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River Stage Extraordinary Bodies: What Am I Worth?

Friday 10 Aug 18.00 – 19.00

Saturday 11 Aug  15.00 – 16.00 and 18.00 - 19.00

Venue: This performance takes place outside, in between our Espresson Bar and the River

A circus show with original live music and ground-breaking physical moments. In a world where there is not enough to go around, survival hangs in the balance. They dance, fly and sing on a tipping and spinning stage. Who will be left when the world stops spinning? Extraordinary Bodies’ new show has been made with 150 people from across the UK and Ireland, some of whom will perform in the show.

Extraordinary Bodies are supported by Arts Council England. What Am I Worth? has been developed with the support of the National Theatre, 101 Outdoor Arts and The Point Eastleigh.

Access Info
Every performance will be audio described and sign language Interpreted (BSL). Touch tours are available one hour before each show.

Click here for BSL version

Click here for audio described version