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Strictly

Strictly Come Dancing

7th February - 2:30pm

BSL Interpreted Event
BSL Interpreter: TBC

The Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour is back to keep you dancing into 2018!

Pure dancing pleasure awaits as this supersized Strictly Live extravaganza comes to the Motorpoint Arena Noyttingham on 6 & 7 February 2018. Celebrating all that we love about the smash hit BBC1 TV series, the Strictly Live Tour delivers escapist entertainment on a breathtaking scale.

Prepare yourself to see the incredible technique of the dancers; the quality of the Strictly singers and band and the sparkling spectacle of 150 Strictly costumes, as fans of all ages come together around the magnificent dance floor to enjoy the electric atmosphere of this live experience.

There is no better way to put the wow factor into the winter months, so book your tickets now and keeeeeeeep dancing!

Please note:

There is a maximum of 8 tickets per person.
We’re operating new bag and search policies. Please do not bring bags to events if possible. If you need to bring a bag, no rucksacks or bags larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm will be permitted. Lockers will not be available for use. All customers will be subject to a search outside the venue via wand before entering.

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Heaven on Earth

Heaven & Earth

Sunday 28th January

If you would like a BSL Interpreter for this event. Please request this when booking your tickets.

You can book tickets by emailing:
generalenquiries@national-ice-centre.com
Box Office via 0808 164 4616 or in Person
Please allow at least 4 weeks’ notice prior to the event to book an interpreter.

Heaven on Earth: https://youtu.be/IJ7z4iZksYI

Telling the story of Adam and Eve, Heaven on Earth will be touring arenas across the UK from December 2017 through to May 2018. It will come to the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham for four shows 27-30 January 2018.

This spectacular new musical is brought to audiences by Eden International Productions and journeys back to the very beginning of time.

Joining the previously announced star cast of Kerry Ellis as Eve (Wicked, Cats, Les Miserables, We Will Rock You) and Hugh Maynard as Adam (Miss Saigon, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lion King), and featuring the voice of the UK’s award winning and bestselling classical artist, Russell Watson as God, are:

Richard Carson as Enoch (Mamma Mia, Miss Saigon, Wicked), Lisa Bridge as Isla (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Bend It Like Beckham, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), Neil Moors as Serpent, (Jesus Christ Superstar, Shrek, The Sound of Music), Denis Grindel as Cain (The Commitments), Michael Colbourne as Abel (Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Les Miserables) and Albert Simon Hart as Young Enoch (Oliver).

Heaven on Earth is a classic re-telling of the story of Adam and Eve and their fall from Paradise. It is an exhilarating story of love, loss, and redemption, and an exploration of the universal search for the meaning of life.

A huge production is planned which will see the Garden of Eden created in all its magnificent glory and a whole host of special effects including fire, water and animatronics.

 

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LiamGallagher

Liam Gallagher

10th December - 6:30pm

If you would like a BSL Interpreter for this event. Please request this when booking your tickets.

You can book tickets by emailing:
generalenquiries@national-ice-centre.com
Box Office via 0808 164 4616 or in Person
Please allow at least 4 weeks’ notice prior to the event to book an interpreter.

Support Acts: Rat Boy &TrampoleneLiam Gallagher has announced the first arena tour of his solo career. He’ll perform at the Motorpoint Arena Nottingham on Sunday, 10 December, 2017.

Representing his first tour following the October 6th release of his debut solo album ‘As You Were’, the announcement comes as Liam is back at the height of his powers. His return has been nothing short of spectacular, from emotive scenes in Manchester to huge sing-a-longs at Glastonbury, while three new tracks – ‘Wall of Glass’, ‘Chinatown’ and ‘For What It’s Worth’ – are already establishing themselves as towering anthems, delivered with Liam’s once-in-a-lifetime vocal.

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Queen

Queen & Adam Lambert

5th December

If you would like a BSL Interpreter for this event. Please request this when booking your tickets.
You can book tickets by emailing:
generalenquiries@national-ice-centre.com
Box Office via 0808 164 4616 or in Person
Please allow at least 4 weeks’ notice prior to the event to book an interpreter.

Queen + Adam Lambert return to Europe this year for a series of dates including 12 arena concerts in the UK and Ireland. The tour will showcase a spectacular new stage production and a set list that the band hints will provide some surprises.

Ticket prices:
Price A seats: £88.48
Price B standing: £77.28
 
Please note:
 
There is a maximum of 6 tickets per person.
The show start time is 8pm, and there is no support.
We’re operating new bag and search policies. Please do not bring bags to events if possible. If you need to bring a bag, no rucksacks or bags larger than 35cm x 40cm x 19cm will be permitted. Lockers will not be available for use. All customers will be subject to a search outside the venue via wand before entering.
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Being A Man Festival

25th November 2017

BSL Interpreted Event with the legendary Clive Mason, panellists on Men in Media.

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BSL Interpreters: Adrian Bailey, Daniel Roberts, Russell Andrews, Tom Mould & Jack Flavell

Being A Man festival addresses the challenges and pressures of masculine identity in the 21st century.

Book Tickets £20 full price, 25% discount for BSL Users

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/124067-being-man-saturday-day-pass-2017

BSL Accessible Programme

12pm -From Tamil Tiger to Filmstar: Dheepan’s Antonythasan Jesuthasan,reflects on his extraordinary journey from being a teenage soldier during Sri Lanka’s bloody civil…,then becoming the critically acclaimed star of Palme d’Or winning film, Dheepan. (Interpreted)

1:15pm- Men in the Media with Clive Mason
How are perceptions of what it means to be a man reinforced by the media? Find out as a panel debates the way that the media challenges and channels masculinity. (Interpreted)

2:30pm -Robert Webb (Comedian)
Why are boys not supposed to cry or talk about their feelings? Do all men actually like sport and beer? Are you the Luke Skywalker of your life, or are you in fact Darth Vader? These are just some of the questions that have plagued Robert Webb, from a boyhood being insistently told not to cry, to his roles in That Mitchell & Webb Sound. (Interpreted)

Interpreting Roaming Options below
Roaming services works on first come first served. Please let us know in advance or on the day if you would like any of these talks below Interpreted.

3:45pm – Standing Up For Her Rights: Equality
Recent studies by the Fawcett Society showed that the majority of men believe in gender equality, but what can men do to turn this belief a reality?From the boardroom to domestic life, a panel of experts and activists discuss the blind spots that men still have when it comes to achieving gender equality. Speakers include author and activist, Kevin Powell. (Roaming option)

3:45pm – Mental Health First Aid Workshop
A Workshop exploring techniques for better mental health. (Roaming Option)

3:45pm -Porn
Over 90% of young people have viewed porn by the age of 14, and the majority of boys view online pornography believe it is a realistic depiction of sex. What effect does this have on male expectations of sex? (Roaming option)

From Vikings to Modern Men: Nordic masculinity appears to have come a long way. Separate myth from reality, and get under the skin of men from the North, in a talk featuring men from across the region. (Roaming Option)

If you need this information in BSL or want to request your Roaming option, please contact
Email: Office@performanceinterpreting.co.uk

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Leeds Lights

Leeds Lights Switch On 2017

9th November 2017

Bsl Interpreted Event: Lizzie Wharton & Karen Mettem

One of the highlights in the city’s cultural calendar it’s a fun-filled evening of entertainment for all the family, featuring live musical, pantomime and theatrical performances, special guest celebrities, local sporting heroes and rounded off with a spectacular firework display lighting up the sky.

Hosting the evening’s entertainment will be Dixie and Emma from Heart Breakfast with details of all celebrities and performances to be confirmed soon!

https://whatson.leeds.gov.uk/all-events/event-details?eventId=whatson-2647

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Violet Nights- Industry of Prisons

Violet Nights: Industry of Prisons

26th October 19:00pm - 21:00pm

FREE BSL INTERPRETED EVENT

Recommended Ages 18 – 30
Discuss about prisons and young people in detention.
Performance from spoken word artist.

Email for free ticket
accesslist@southbankcentre.co.uk or book online

https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/124170-violet-nights-industry-prisons-2017

Exploring the increase in prison populations, prisoners being locked up for more hours versus options for rehabilitation.

Who profits when prison numbers go up? Prisons are bursting and having to lock detainees up for longer each day, is this keeping our communities safer? Prison is big business but who is profiting?

To coincide with the Koestler Trust exhibition, Inside: Art by offenders, secure patients and detainees, this evening features artists and speakers discussing young people in the prison system and their pathways.

Performers include Jamal Khan, an award-winning writer and performer whose work beautifully tackles significant issues from gun crime to mental health.

BSL Interpreter: Marie Pascall & TB

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Hilary Clinton

Hilary Rodham Clinton

15th October 19:30pm - 20:15pm

 Hillary Rodham Clinton: What Happened

BSL Interpreters: Danny Stubbs & Karen Newby

***Important -Tickets sold out on website but more ticket held back for BSL User’s

Email me directly for information about tickets: office@performanceinterpreting.co.uk or contact customer@southbank.co.uk.

Tickets £45-£70 25% discount for BSL User’s £56 a ticket

Southbank Centre’s London Literature Festival is proud to present Hillary Rodham Clinton, the first woman nominated for US president by a major party. In this candid interview with James Naughtie, she discusses her most personal memoir to date, What Happened, which depicts a tumultuous election that had the world on tenterhooks, filled with breathtaking highs and lows, stranger-than-fiction twists and allegations of sexism and Russian interference.

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15th oct poetry

Poetry International – Sunday Pass

15th October 12:00pm - 6:00pm

BSL Interpreted Event: Bibi Delacey-Mould, Danny Stubbs, Paul Michaels
 
Tickets £15 – BSL Users receive 50% off. Please say you are an ACCESS Customer when booking. (Any difficulties contact Performance Interpreting directly).
 
12-1 – Eco-Poetry: Poetry and Climate Change
 
1.30 – 2.30: How Can Poetry Respond to the Present?
 
5-6: The Next Generation: The Complete Works – has to be Sunday
 
Please see website for more details
https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/123843-poetry-international-sunday-pass-2017
 
The second day of Poetry International delves into the ways that poetry can articulate the burning issues of the present, from the challenges of terrorism to a changing climate, with a focus on the next generation of rising stars.
Poetry is often shared in the aftermath of disaster or death, and in talks and debates we interrogate the power of poetry to bring people together in times of crisis with poets from all corners of the globe, including Chinese poet Yang Lian, Icelandic poet Sjón, Kurdish poet Choman Hardi and many more.
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Poetry Internation Saturday Pass

Poetry International

14th October 12:00pm - 6:00pm

BSL Interpreted Event: Bibi Delacy-Mould, Danny Stubbs, Jack Flavell & Taz Hokaday

Tickets £15 – BSL Users receive 50% off. Please say you are an ACCESS Customer when booking. (Any difficulties contact Performance Interpreting directly).

12-1 – Birthday Letters: Poetry from 1967 to 2017
1.30 – 3.00 – The Lives of the Poets
3-4 : Wall of Dreams Launch
4.30 – 5.30 – Home is the Mouth of a Shark: Poetry of Refuge and Migration

*Please see website for further information on the day
https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/123842-poetry-international-saturday-pass-2017

***Roaming Interpreters & Generic Communication Support if required

Get your fill of poetry with a series of readings, talks and debates that bring together leading poets from across the globe, all part of Poetry International.

Examine the ways that poetry has changed in the 50 years since the festival was founded by Ted Hughes, and celebrate poetry from endangered languages.

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