V&A Release Details of Events for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Visitors

Victoria and Albert Museum

All Victoria and Albert events are accessible to deaf or hard of hearing visitors and an accompanying friend or carer may claim free entry. They also offer free entry to V&A exhibitions for deaf or hard of hearing visitors and up to two friends.

They hope your visit will be easy and enjoyable. Sound enhancement equipment is available from the Grand Entrance Information desk. Induction loops are available at all information points, the Lecture Theatre and Seminar Rooms. To arrange for additional support, please contact the Bookings Office in advance.

Evening Talks

To request a BSL Interpreter in order to attend one of our evening talks please contact the Bookings Office.

BSL interpretation is free, but a minimum of two weeks is required.

Please visit www.vam.ac.uk/whatson for the full evening talks programme.

BSL Tours

To contact the Bookings Office:

Call: 020 7942 2211

Fax: 0207942 2524

Textphone: 020 7942 2002

Email: bookings.office@vam.ac.uk

For more information about access at the V&A please visit www.vam.ac.uk/disability

Join a new evening tour delivered in BSL by a deaf or hard of hearing guide. All tours are 18:30pm to 19:30pm, and start from the Meeting Point, Grand Entrance.

Thoroughly Modern

Friday 21 October

Venetians Visions

Friday 18 November

Medieval & Renaissance Sculpture

Friday 16 December

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