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12th November 2018 Jemma Green

Digital routes to improving accessibility — case studies from the National Theatre of Scotland

Image courtesy of National Theatre of Scotland —  The National Theatre of Scotland’s Exchange 2018 Festival Workshop at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness © Ewen Wetherspoon

 

This Breakout Session will be taking place at Digital Marketing Day 2018 — Future Now in Glasgow.

 

What is it about?

Explore National Theatre of Scotland’s intention to make art as accessible as possible. Discover how they are making significant connections to engage with a wide and diverse audience, including those with accessibility requirements.

Charlotte will explain how her team are using digital tools in a meaningful way. Projects include creating a British Sign Language video, an app for a show featuring performers with autism, and creating connections with audiences via pre-show emails.

What will I gain?

— An understanding of National Theatre Scotland’s approach to improving accessibility though digital tools

— Ideas for implementing tools and projects to improve accessibility

— Advice for connecting meaningfully with audiences with access requirements

Who is it for?

This sessions is for managers, heads of departments and leaders who want to learn more about connecting with audiences who have accessibility requirements.

Charlotte Gross| Director of Audience and Media | National Theatre of Scotland