Ed Sheeran | + – = ÷ x Tour | ( The Mathematics Tour)

On 17 September 2021, Ed Sheeran announced his + – = ÷ x Tour (Mathematics Tour), taking place in stadiums across the UK from 26 May – 1 July 2022, with each venue providing at least 1 date with BSL access.

Each stadium has a slightly different way to request/book tickets for the appropriate seating on their chosen BSL dates. Please visit our events page for more information for each location.


Little Mix case set legal Precedent

Events must be Accessible for Deaf People

Success for 3 Deaf Mums who took on Little Mix’s Promoters!

Three years ago, on 1st September 2017, Cate and her friends Megan and Emily went to the Little Mix event at the South of England Showground as part of a birthday treat, this turned out to be the start of an unprecedented legal battle.

The final Judgment makes it clear that service providers are required to provide Sign Language Interpreters for Deaf service users.

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Ripples of Hope Festival: Policy and justice event highlights - HOME

Ripples of Hope Festival – In Person and LiveStreamed

Ripples of Hope celebrates the power of people to make human rights a reality for all with a series of inspiring, challenging and thought provoking discussions, events and creative responses.

For just £5, you can access livestreamed events from our building, to the comfort of your own home, across the whole of the festival. Events include the Ripples of Hope in conversation events with Hillary Clinton and Kailash Satyarthi, the PEN HG Wells Lecture with Elif Shafak and daily panel events with speakers including Kerry Kennedy, Gary Younge, Baroness Helena Kennedy, Peter Tatchell, Billy Bragg, Bob and Roberta Smith and more.

Visit our events page for more information about daily schedules and ‘The Poetic Declarations” happening Fri/Sat/Sun evening.

Click here to see the full details of events being livestreamed.

15th – 19th September


Performance Interpreting, alongside the Audience Access Alliance, urges industry to check reopening plans against 10-point checklist to ensure Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent audiences/fans/consumers are not left behind.

The Audience Access Alliance, founded by music and event industry accessibility charity Attitude is Everything, is made up of a cross-sector coalition of 13 disability and accessibility organisations and networks all united in working to remove barriers for audiences across the UK or in devolved nations.

Designed to apply to any venue or event, from football clubs and outdoor festivals to heritage sites, music venues, tourist attractions and theatres, the cross-sector 10-point list enshrines the key understandings and policies that need to be in place for reopening to be accessible for Deaf, disabled and neurodiverse people, regardless of the setting.

Click here for the 10-point Accessible Reopening Checklist


The Download Pilot festival will be BSL accessible

For all our hard-rocking BSL users, Performance Interpreting will be running a small service at this year’s Download Pilot festival. Please check our social media streams for up-to-date information regarding interpreter position and availability.

Stay safe……………look after each other……………and have fun!


Charlotte Champion – ‘As The Summer’ album launch

A socially distanced gig and live stream to celebrate the launch of Charlotte Champian’s debut album. A BSL interpreted event.
An evening of jazz-infused pop and neosoul with a live 6-piece band.

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24 September 2021


WOW UK Festival

To mark International Women’s Day, join WOW UK this March for a very special digital programme, featuring groundbreaking In Conversations (all BSL embedded) and interactive workshops (available for BSL request).

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1 – 21 March 2021


The lead singer of Skunk Anansie, solo artist, LGBTQI+ activist and all-around trailblazer launches her memoir in a BSL-interpreted broadcast event.

Told with honesty and passion, It Takes Blood and Guts is the story of how a gay, Black, working-class girl with a vision fought poverty and prejudice to write songs, produce and front her own band, and become one of the most influential women in British rock.

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4 – 11 March 2021


Southbank Centre’s fifth Unlimited is a digital festival

This is the first ever digital Unlimited due to COVID-19.
Featuring dance, performance, comedy, music and visual art, the festival celebrates the artistic vision and creativity of disabled artists. It showcases ambitious creative projects by outstanding disabled artists and companies.
 
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13 – 17 JAN 2021

Performance Interpreting @ Various Festivals

We are all Queens @ Brighton Pride 2019
Superheroes @ Camp Bestival 2019
Latitude 2019

The festival is free and accessible to anyone who is able to watch online or on a mobile device. It’s for people of all ages and backgrounds who can join at any point along the way.

You can choose in to tune in to one of two channels – The Global Channel and The Local Channel – both of which are streaming live, simultaneously, over 24 hours. By joining us, you’ll be participating in the largest ever online gathering of people of all genders who support gender equality.

Upcoming events

Women of the World Festival 2020 – Friday

6th March 2020, 10:00-18:00

Schedule of interpreted events for FRIDAY 6th MARCH

Please note you will need to purchase a day pass for the Friday to attend these events.

10:30-11:30am, Opening event, Royal Festival Hall
12:00-13:00pm, Love Stories, Royal Festival Hall
12:00-13:00pm, Women’s Parliament, Queen Elizabeth Hall
13:45-14:45pm, WOW Big Ideas, Royal Festival Hall
13:45-14:45pm, Me & White Supremacy, Queen Elizabeth Hall
15:30-16:30pm, Corporates get Naked, Royal Festival Hall
15:30-16:30pm, Mayoral Hustings, Queen Elizabeth Hall
17:00-18:00pm, WOW Closing, Royal Festival Hall

If there is a session you want to go to that is not on the BSL schedule, we also offer a roaming service. Please put in requests as soon as possible to secure an interpreter. You can do this by coming to the BSL access desk based at the information desk in the Southbank Centre and or emailing office@performanceinterpreting.co.uk

The full schedule of events is available here:

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/festivals-series/women-of-the-world

For Day pass events – There will be reserved BSL seating at the front of each session.

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