Believe it or not, it’s been a week since the Norfolk Summer Deaf Festival which was held on Friday 13th July at the Forum in Norwich…
It was an amazing day, bringing together many Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deafblind and Hearing people… one I was proud to be part of the committee who organised it!
The Norfolk Summer Deaf Festival is BACK! This Friday 13th July 2018 – Save the date!
Fancy spending the day in good ol-Norwich? After the success of last year’s festival, this year’s is bound to be a fantastic jam packed day, fun for all the family.
Everyone’s welcome! Here’s what’s on…
Summer Deaf Festival 2018 Poster
Ish Hussain Visual Vernacular Workshop Poster
Ish Hussain Visual Vernacular Evening Show Poster
We’ve got the Summer Deaf Festival during the day at The Forum, Norwich. It’s FREE entry! Lots of talks, performances, stalls and much more.
Also an evening workshop with Visual Vernacular artist Ish Hussain (spaces still available- but book your place now!
Finally, an evening show with a performance from Ish himself – Limited Tickets available – book quickly!
PLUS! We’ve got a competition launch for the festival too!
Be in for a chance of winning a £20 Intu Chapelfield voucher! Simply send us your Festival photos on Facebook/Instagram using the hashtag #norfolkdeaffestival
Follow the Festival on Social Media!
Norfolk Deaf Festival Facebook
Facebook Event Page
Norfolk Deaf Festival Instagram
It’s a day not to be missed! See you there!
Love E x
This month celebrates the 70th Anniversary of our wonderful National Health Service (NHS). To commemorate this, Action on Hearing Loss asked me to take part in this video!
Hello lovely Readers!
‘Dating itself can be daunting but for deaf people it may feel ten times more challenging. Or for a hearing person meeting a deaf person, if they not experienced deafness before.’
Got a Sign Language exam coming up? Fear not… I have come prepared!
This was my most toughest blog challenge to date… but I loved doing it!
I interviewed Doris, who’s from Germany about her amazing artwork and also her son’s hearing loss story. The challenge though… was interviewing her in German, translating it into English and writing a blog about them! Definitely testing my memory…