Saturday, 22 December 2012
Welcome back to Access London and Thank You once again for helping to support Access for All to the Arts. Firstly, Merry Christmas to all the readers and supporters and here's to more changes and improvements to Access in 2013. 2012 has seen many positive changes and feedback from theatres and arts venues on Access. This includes the Royal Albert Hall who do have some serious issues to look at in terms of physical access as well as communication. However, they've made a positive start on it this year after many of the issues raised by Access London have been looked at and I thank you all for sending me stories of your experiences there. I am hopeful things will continue to improve in 2013. Other Arts venues continue to improve their already excellent Access lists and schemes including, Southbank Centre, The Barbican and The National and I hope that some of these ideas can one day be transferred to West End theatres/groups. Thank you once again to everyone who sends in feedback of theatres and venues you've visited and their Access, whether good or bad. www.curveonline.co.uk . You can follow Michael on Twitter @michaelxavierMX www.rebeccacaine.com . You can also follow her on Twitter @RebeccaCaine HERE . Or check out their website www.guildfordfringe.com . You can also follow Nick on Twitter @NickWyschna @AJCallaghan1 @willbarratt83 www.charingcrosstheatre.co.uk . You can also follow Jo on Twitter @Joloxton @chrisjenko @sofia_escobar @LeeBowenTenor HERE . John's newly released single 'May Each Day' can also be purchased from HERE . You can follow John on Twitter @johnowenjones @DannyWhitehead_ WEBSITE . You can follow Victoria on Twitter @victoria_farley HERE . You can also follow him on Twitter @richiehalton HERE . You can also follow Simon on Twitter @SiShorten @CookClaire @1PaulKeating
Tuesday, 18 December 2012
Welcome back to Access London and Thank You once again for supporting Access for All to the Arts. London's Southbank is home to many arts venues including The National Theatre building which houses three theatres, The Olivier, The Lyttelton and The Cottesloe. With many productions running at the same time, there's always something different to watch at The National.