Speed of Sound travels to Brighton

Speed of Sound travels to Brighton to watch a performance of Catching the Ghost.

Radio show presenters Harsha and Fiona travel to Brighton to catch a performance of Catching the Ghost – A show written and performed by visually impaired people.  As visually impaired audience members this will be an all round unique experience for Speed of Sound.

Click here for more information about the play http://extant.org.uk/news/catching_the_ghost_2017

Listen to our future show where we speak to performers and Exstand founder Maria about these opportunities for blind and partially sighted people.

 

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