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How the UK's National Theatre offers an exceptional experience for hearing aid users

Accessibility options for those with hearing loss or deafness are notoriously difficult at theatres in the UK.

From poor sound quality to varying levels of staff’s deaf awareness, unreliable booking systems, and interference issues, hearing instrument users often face a major anti-climax when they take the theatre seats they have paid good money for.

BIHIMA speak to David Bellwood, Head of Access, about what makes NT different and how organisations can start to adopt similar methods.

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