25 November 2022
Gigi in DC! part 3
Gigi talks about accessibility in DC and how it compares to the UK when it comes to drama training and as a country.
6 August 2022
My experience as a performer with a chronic illness
Gigi explores their experience working whilst battling an incurable illness called ulcerative colitis. A form of IBD, this illness flares up suddenly and can impact daily life but also can be stable and well controlled through medication.
13 April 2022
How accessible is the gaming industry?
We look at how accessible the gaming industry for disabled consumers
4 April 2022
Can quick-time-events be redeemed?
How a desire to increase accessibility might also improve the design of one of gaming’s most maligned mechanics
31 January 2022
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms
The Tate Modern allows us to go behind the scenes of Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Rooms.
10 December 2021
Royal Albert Hall to host an accessibility driven "relaxed performance"
The iconic London venue will be decked out with increased accessibility measures for its performance of classic Christmas carols.
19 September 2021 – 26 September 2021
WayWord festival returns with variety of online and in-person events
The student-led arts festival seeks to engage participants in unconventional forms of artistic expression and will take place 19-26 September.
24 May 2021
5 Useful Tips on How to Make Your Website More Accessible
5 useful tips on how to make your website more accessible that I learned from the Accessibility Session by Hex Productions, hosted on May 5th, 2021.
9 September 2020
Interview with with Michelle Sewell, Hack Theatre
In the following podcast, you'll hear the edited audio of Sienna’s live Instagram interview with Michelle Sewell from Hack Theatre, who presented a series of short films and interviews which explore inclusivity in the arts industry.
30 June 2020
Want my job? With Jenny Stewart-Cosgrove
"Access is something that is now factored in by many theatre and production companies, but there is still a lack of understanding about what it is we actually do as audio describers "
30 June 2020
What is Theatre Audio Description?
Freelance Audio Describer Jenny Stewart-Cosgrove gives some top tips on how to make your theatre or performance more accessible for the blind and partially sighted.
4 November 2019
TechFun4All - Accessibility in Technology and Digital Making
We were led on an exploration around what disability means, how it affects young people, and what we can all do to promote accessibility within technology.
3 June 2019
Limits to access in theatre: the disabilities that aren’t covered
Access in theatre has come a long way from where it began. However, it’s now viewed as a problem that has been solved, but there is still a very long way to go.
30 November 2018
Accessibility and the theatre: what’s the problem?
For some of us, going to the theatre is an enjoyable experience, and the only thing we have to worry about is the quality of the performance. However, members of the audience who are D/deaf or disabled can't even be guaranteed their needs will be accommodated.
23 July 2018
Online activism and accessibility
With passion for activist causes growing in a world focused on physical direct action, how can people with disabilities have their voices heard online and offline?
11 December 2017
Is West End theatre too expensive?
A look into the sky-high world of West End theatre ticket prices
31 October 2017
Accessibility in journalism
How do we make information available to all?
9 May 2017
Get Gold: be confident and make it accessible
Learn from the past. Be your own innovator, and get gold by striving for your dreams.