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Using theatre, mime, sound and original live music in exploring the power of imagination to seek wisdom beyond our senses, Theatre Re’s 'Blind Man’s Song' opened the London International Mime Festival at Jacksons Lane. Colin Hambrook reviews a VocalEyes audio-described performance on 22nd January.

flyer showing half the face of a man wearing dark glasses, with two performers on a black bedstead reflected in the glass

Flyer for 'Blind Man's Song'

Using theatre, mime, sound and original live music in exploring the power of imagination to seek wisdom beyond our senses, Theatre Re’s 'Blind Man’s Song' opened the London International Mime Festival at Jacksons Lane. Colin Hambrook reviews a VocalEyes audio-described performance on 22nd January.

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26 January 2015

richard downes

An interesting observation that audio description enables other impairments and indeed may also enable enjoyment for non disabled audiences. A real social model realisation.

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