What Words Are Ours? | Free Word

7 May 2020

Presented by:
Talia Randall

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Talia Randall shares a specially commissioned Visual Vernacular piece alongside subtitled poetry videos from some of the UK’s most exciting poets. Talia will also dedicate an episode of her podcast Cassette Tape Radio to all things What Words Are Ours? – Talia’s live, joyful D/deaf inclusive poetry knees-up. Expect recordings of live poetry, jokes and interviews – all of which will be transcribed. 

 

Listen back to the podcast and watch ‘A Hero’s Legacy’ alongside more great content here.

7 May 2020

Talia Randall

BIOS

Talia Randall

Artist and Writer

Talia Randall makes and curates riotous cabaret, bold poetry and joyous theatre. An artist and writer with a growing following, she has performed across the UK at the Roundhouse, The Southbank Centre, Wales Millennium Centre, Bristol Old Vic, Glastonbury and The Edinburgh Fringe.

Jacqui Beckford

Sign Language Translator and Interpreter

Jacqui Beckford has worked extensively as a British Sign Language translator/interpreter in Disability theatre and the arts. In the late 1990’s she toured nationally in three productions with Graeae Theatre Company as an Interpreter/performer. To date Jacqui is a freelance BSL interpreter working across many domains from the arts (theatres/museums/galleries] television broadcast (BBC news 24, Cbeebies, CBBC & other channels), film, medical, mental health and legal. Jacqui is a member of, The National Registers of Communication Professionals working with Deaf and Deafblind people, Association of Sign Language Interpreters and Equity.

Ishtiaq Hussain

Artist

Ishtiaq Hussain aka ‘Ish’, a deaf artist hailing who creates ‘no sound’ entertainment via Visual Vernacular. Ishtiaq will leave you mesmerised with exaggerated visual jokes and BSL comedy.

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ACCESS

There is step-free access to all areas of Free Word and a number of other facilities available to make the venue accessible.

• Our box office, theatre and hall are all on the ground floor with step-free access from the street
• Meeting rooms and offices are accessible by lift from the ground floor
• There are two accessible toilets on the ground floor. All our toilets are individual, gender neutral cubicles.
• This event will be captioned and BSL interpreted.
• The foyer and café areas are our designated quiet spaces – if you need to leave the event at any time, you’re welcome to use these areas.
• If you need to bring someone for assistance, please get in touch with us so we can provide a free ticket for them

Please talk to our team if you have specific access requirements.

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