Online Directory - Arts and Culture

Brighton Dome

Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UF

What we do

British Sign Language Interpreted Performances & STAGETEXT Captioned Performance.

01273 261 541 / 01273 261 525

@brightdome

Cineworld

Eastern Place, Brighton BN2 UF

What we do

Cinema subtitles, film information and booking line.

Manager

Film information and booking line: 08712 002 000

@CineBrighton

Deaf Diaspora

What we do

Annual Deaf festival (September) a cultural festival, with stalls, performances, exhibition of art & crafts and interaction with guest speakers.

Nadia Nadarajah, Coordinator

@deafdiaspora

Duke of York’s Picturehouse

Preston Circus, Brighton BN1 4NA

What we do

Signed and Captioned Films. On their website - you can filter by events: look for Clubs and Groups to find subtitled screenings.

Felicity Beckett, General Manager

0871 902 5728 / Accessibility Line: 02072 947 908

@DukeofYorks

Duke’s at Komedia Picturehouse

44–47 Gardner Street, Brighton BN1 1UN

What we do

Closed captions/HOH subtitles are displayed at the bottom of the screen to help viewers who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing to enjoy the film fully. We generally have a subtitled screening every Sunday evening and Monday afternoon. Please check our online and paper listings for the latest information regarding subtitled screenings.

Alex Evans, General Manager

0871 902 5728 / Accessibility Line: 02072 947 908

@dukesatkomedia

Eye2Eye

What we do

Eye2Eye is a collaborative visual arts project. This exhibition is set to explore the complex themes of deafness, deaf and hearing spaces, discrimination and ways of seeing and being.

Miranda Ellis

@brightoneye2eye

No Holds Barred Creative Collabortive Community

Tarner Community Café, Brighton / The Millwood Centre, Brighton / Hangleton Community Centre, Hove

What we do

We're an arts based group run by Deaf and disabled people, including people with extra marginalisions inc LGBTQIA* and BAMER. Activities include Aerial circus skills, Yoga, Photography and film, sign language, massage, self-run food projects with lots of vegan and gluten free options, socials plus more things on their way.

Reuben Lisgarten

07788 236 151

@NoHoldsBarred__

ONCA

14 St George's Place, Brighton BN1 4GB

What we do

Art Gallery Meeting room & Desk Space for rent Depending on event funding, BSL interpreters provided for shows, exhibitions, meetings and other events. Anything BSL interpreted is advertised on Facebook page 'What’s On In Deaf Sussex'.

Lydia Heath, Gallery Manager

01273 607 101 / 07808 545 998

@ONCAnetwork

Odeon

Kingswest, Brighton BN1 2RE

What we do

Cinema subtitles. On their website there are filter options (on the right-hand side of the screen): look for the Accessibility tab and select Subtitled for the list of subtitled screenings.

Disability and Accessibility: 0800 138 3315

@ODEONCinemas

Omeima Arts

What we do

I am a Textile and Combined Artist working on my own pieces of art and design as well taking public and private commissions. I am also a creative consultant, and I run Deaf Awareness training specifically related to the Arts and Arts Education. Of course, I also deliver general deaf awareness training. I deliver workshops in specific textile skills including dying, repeat pattern design and screen printing. I create installations for public outside art spaces and exhibitions fusing textile with combined arts.

Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings, Textile Artist-Designer

@Omeimaarts

Theatre Royal

New Road, Brighton BN1 1SD

What we do

Signed and Captioned Performances. Nationally, the ticket sales system, ATG, will soon be offering an Access Membership Scheme – this is free to join. You can do this the first time you pick up tickets from the box office in person. It will then mean you can book seats online instead of having to call.

James DuBois

Accessibility Line: 08009 126 971

@TheatreRoyalBTN