17 great reasons to enjoy V&A

March 31, 2017

Throughout the year, the Victoria & Albert Museum provides different performances and most of them include British Sign Language Interpreting provided by Deaf Umbrella.


In this blog you will find all the adapted performances from now to the end of the year, but you don't have to remember the dates!! We will remind you for each activity on our social media pages.Follow us and you won't miss the information:




Tomorrow April begins and these are the two performances that you definitely shouldn't miss out on!

"Clara Button"

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Testimonial: "It was nice to see a BSL interpreter even for children that are not deaf to be aware".



"Dance of Spring Easter"

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  • 1.4.17 Performances - Clara Button

  • 12.4.17 Rehearsal - Dance of Spring Easter

  • 13.4.17 Performances - Dance of Spring Easter



  • 31.5.17 Rehearsal - Pink Floyd May HT



  • 1.6.17 Performances - Pink Floyd May HT

  • 17.6.17 Rehearsal - Stone Soup Story

  • 24.6.17 Performances - Stone Soup Story



  • 1.7.17 Rehearsal - Chickenshed (Courtyard)

  • 8.7.17 Performances - Chickenshed (Courtyard)



  • 26.8.17 Rehearsals - Boxes of Dreams



  • 2.9.17 Performances - Boxes of Dreams



  • 7.10.17 Rehearsals - Diwali

  • 14.10.17 Performances - Diwali

  • 25.10.17 Rehearsal - October Half Term Opera

  • 26.10.17 Performances - October Half Term Opera



  • 2.12.17 Rehearsals - Christmas Musical

  • 9.12.17 Performances - Christmas Musical

Come on! Enjoy a different plan and visit the V&A for a fun and creative day out for all the family.


Free activities are available every day. Find out more by clicking here: https://www.vam.ac.uk/shop/whatson?gclid=CJ7G54H1_dICFdUV0wodvXMBIw




Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Cromwell Road, London, SW7 2RL

  • +44 (0)20 7942 2000




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