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Relaxed Screening: Oska Bright Film Festival 2024 First Look, @ BFI, London

British Film Institute (BFI)

Oska Bright Film Festival 2024 First Look + intro An exciting opportunity to sample the upcoming festival programme and meet festival programmers and filmmakers. Monday 26 February 2024 18:20 NFT3 Total running time 100min The Oska Bright team is delighted to share this selection of highlights ahead of the festival. The festival will explore aspects of the human condition past ...

[FULLY BOOKED] Relaxed Mornings for Adults (autism and learning disability friendly) @ Portrait, Scotland

Portrait Scotland Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Portrait (Portrait) Tuesday 27 February, 10–11am FREE Booking essential Book tickets Join us at the Portrait for regular, relaxed, sensory-friendly mornings for adults with additional support needs, including autistic adults and those with learning disabilities. At these sessions you can meet other people, see artworks in our gallery spaces and take part in creative activities. There will be a quiet, ...

Jargon, no jargon @ British Museum, London

British Museum London, United Kingdom

With a performance, a treasure hunt and a craft activity, this event is designed for adults who are autistic, learning disabled, or have mental health conditions. Selected galleries at the Museum (Rooms 41–43 and 49–59) will be open from 6pm until 8pm, when the Museum is closed to other visitors. This event has been designed in collaboration with Synergy, a ...

Free

Slow Looking in Being Human @ Wellcome Collection, London

Wellcome Collection London

Immerse yourself in the act of observation. Join art engager Claire Bown for a slow-looking session focusing on new photography artworks in the ‘Being Human’ gallery. In this fun, communal event you’ll be invited to listen, look, observe, describe, make personal connections, come up with ideas, and ask questions. The more you look, the more you see. By focusing on ...

Free

Slow Looking in Being Human @ Wellcome Collection, London

Wellcome Collection London

Immerse yourself in the act of observation. Join art engager Claire Bown for a slow-looking session focusing on new photography artworks in the ‘Being Human’ gallery. In this fun, communal event you’ll be invited to listen, look, observe, describe, make personal connections, come up with ideas, and ask questions. The more you look, the more you see. By focusing on ...

Free

Relaxed Screening: Busting the Bias presents Special People + Q&A with director Justin Edgar and actors Dominic Coleman & David Proud @ BFI, London

British Film Institute (BFI)

Busting the Bias presents Special People + Q&A with director Justin Edgar and actors Dominic Coleman & David Proud Enlisted to teach a class of wheelchair-users about filmmaking, neurotic Jasper gets a little more than he bargained for. Saturday 02 March 2024 15:50 NFT1 Director Justin Edgar With Dominic Coleman, Robyn Frampton, Sasha Hardway, Jason Maza, David Proud UK 2007. ...

Sensory Friendly Sundays for Families (autism and learning disability friendly) @ Portrait, Scotland

Portrait Scotland Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Sensory-Friendly Sundays for families (autism and learning disability friendly) Share Portrait (Portrait) Farmer Education Suite Sunday 3 March, 10.30–11.30am FREE Booking essential Book tickets Meet other families, explore the galleries and take part in creative activities. These special mornings are for children with additional support needs, including autistic children and those with learning disabilities. There will be a quiet, comfortable ...

Quiet Sessions ‘May The Toys Be With You’ @ Novium Museum, West Sussex

Novium Museum Chichester

May The Toys Be With You - Quiet Sessions Our quiet sessions are aimed at anyone who feels that they would benefit from a more relaxed experience when visiting May The Toys Be With You including, but not limited to, adults and children with autism and other sensory or mental health needs and adults living with dementia. All background noise will be ...

SENsory Sailors @ National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich London, United Kingdom

Essential Information Type Family fun Location National Maritime Museum Date and Times Once a month on Saturdays | 11am-12.30pm Prices Free | Pre-booking required January tickets Disabled children, children with additional needs and their families are invited to a monthly session at the National Maritime Museum led by disabled creatives. Explore the Museum's collections, enjoy the opportunity to be creative ...

Relaxed Morning View: Europe Galleries @ V&A Museum, London

V&A Musuem Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London, London, United Kingdom

This morning viewing is for families of children who would benefit from visiting the V&A at a quieter time, outside of our normal opening hours. The Europe Galleries will be open from 08.30am with drop-in activities exploring the theme of animals and musical instruments found in the galleries for families to try, and a musical storytelling session. This event is ...

Free

Spring Sensory Storytelling (Profound disability-friendly) @ Portrait, Scotland

Portrait Scotland Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Spring Sensory Storytelling (Profound disability-friendly) Share Modern (Modern One) Saturday 16 March 2024, 2pm & 3pm FREE Booking essential Book tickets Join us for a fully inclusive multisensory storytelling event for people of all ages with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families, friends and supporters. Let’s jump into springtime with storyteller Maureen Phillip from PAMIS.    Places are ...

Spring Sensory Storytelling (profound disability-friendly) @ National Galleries Scotland

National Galleries Scotland Edinburgh

Spring Sensory Storytelling (Profound disability-friendly) Share Modern (Modern One) Saturday 16 March 2024, 2pm & 3pm FREE Booking essential Book tickets Join us for a fully inclusive multisensory storytelling event for people of all ages with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their families, friends and supporters. Let’s jump into springtime with storyteller Maureen Phillip from PAMIS.    Places are ...

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