Entertainment, Arts And Culture
Accessible days out for booklovers
Whether you’ve got a passion for poetry or a love of children’s literature, the UK has plenty of attractions to keep bookworms happy. From vast libraries to towns crammed with bookshops, we reveal the top accessible days out for bibliophiles.
Theatres and Covid-19: How the Show Goes On
Shona Louise is a disability and theatre blogger. As a keen theatre-goer pre-Covid, Shona discusses how you can support the theatres, and stay entertained, during the pandemic.
25 Years of the Disability Discrimination Act: Past, Present & Future
To mark 25 years of the Disability Discrimination Act, we look at how it started, what it means now, and how the law may need to evolve in the years ahead.
Keeping connected with our online community
We're temporarily changing how we post on our social media channels to bring some regular positivity and light-hearted enjoyment. Read more here.
The benefits of audiobooks for people with disabilities and carers
Audiobooks offer an accessible way to read if you find it difficult to hold a book and they’re great for carers. Read on to find out more.
Shrove Tuesday pancakes with disabled chef James Coke
Here's how to make the perfect sweet and savoury pancake for Shrove Tuesday. Follow this easy to follow recipe created by the disabled chef, James Coke.
Jacqueline Du Pré’s life inspires new Royal Ballet production
Cellist Jacqueline Du Pré life and struggles with MS has inspired in the new play at the Royal Opera House. More about this inspirational story here.
Accessible Days Out: Exploring Trevaskis Farm
In this article, disability and lifestyle blogger Ross writes on his day out at Cornwall's Trevaskis Farm. Read on to see what he thought.
Accessible Days Out: The Old Vic
In this article, 22-year-old disability and theatre blogger Shona Louise recounts her day out at The Old Vic theatre in London.