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Stagetext films and images

Stagetext has a number of short films about captioning and live subtitles, as well as vox pops with deaf, deafened and hard of hearing theatregoers. These can be found on the Stagetext YouTube channel or by clicking on the links below:


Access Stagetext: Theatre
Access Stagetext: Talks
Access Stagetext: Digital
Stagetext on London Live: Melanie Sharpe interview
Remember: you need subtitles' (www.deankamitsis.com)
Captioning in theatre
The founding of Stagetext: ‘It’s like day and night’
Getting More Theatre For Your Bucks -
audience members talk about their experience of captioning
A Play in the Life of a Captioner
An introduction to Stagetext captioning
10th anniversary Powerpoint presentation
Speeches from the Stagetext 10th Anniversary Party
Vox Pops from the Stagetext 10th Anniversary Party
Captioned Performance at the New Wolsey Theatre
One Man, Two Guvnors captioned performance
Feedback from the Donmar Warehouse
The DUCK HOUSE- Trailer
Vox Pops from captioned show
Speech-to-text transcription for talks in museums and galleries
Captioning and speech-to-text at The South Bank, The Beautiful Octopus Club
, Southbank Centre, August 2012.
See a Voice online learning and toolkits



Images and banners

We have a number of photos showing captioning and live subtitles in action. If you would like copies, please email enquiries for more information.

We also have a selection of banners available for the exhibitions we attend. If you have an event that you’d like us to exhibit at, or you’d like some Stagetext flyers to display, please email enquiries.

Stagetext’s Image Switch Banner Stand is kindly donated by Go Displays.


The Arts Council
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