News

Here the latest news regarding Decibels and our activities

Please leave some of your wealth to Decibels, not the Government

Are you one of the 60% of Britons who haven't made a Will?

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William Ogden Highlights the Need for Accessibility for Deaf People at Music Venues

William Ogden's excellent mini documentary film How I Go On Nights Out As A Deaf Music Fan, discussing his nights out as a deaf music fan, has been viewed by over 837,000 people so far via LadBible.

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Outstanding deaf musician Ruth Montgomery is a new member of the Clore Leadership Programme

Ruth Montgomery, who we have worked with extensively over the past 6 years on some very important projects, has become a new member of the Clore Leadership programme.

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A Celebration of Theatre Arts Education & Deaf Studies and the Theatre of the Deaf

A highly creative event held by TAEDS (Theatre Arts Education and Deaf Studies) programme at the University of Reading. Decibels contributed some of the costs for producing the Celebratory programme.

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The Unheard World

On Monday, 18th October 2017 Audiovisability presented The Unheard World at Arlington Arts Centre, organised by Ruth Montgomery

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Outstanding Deaf Musician, Dr Paul Whittaker, OBE, teams up with Decibels

Outstanding Deaf Musician, Dr Paul Whittaker, OBE, has teamed up with Decibels as an Consultant & Adviser.

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Outstanding Deaf Artist links up with Decibels

We're pleased to announce Hamish Rosie is now a Professional Consultant to Decibels!

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Raising the Bar

The ‘Raising the Bar’ project was developed by the National Deaf Children’s Society in 2015 to drive expectations of what deaf children and young people in the UK can achieve in dance and music.

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Short Review of Sweeney Todd (Leighton Park)

The Leighton Park School production of “Sweeney Todd-the Demon Barber of Fleet Street” was attended by Ken Carter (Founder/Executive Director of Decibels) and Helen Lansdown (CEO of Deafax) on 9th February 2016. They were invited by Aiyana Tandon, who with Niamh Green, Matt Denham, George Hale & Harry Taylor, had been part of the team that raised £3K as part of the Youth Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) to promote the Decibels “Hands on Shakespeare” project.

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FREE Music and Art Workshops for Special Children in Berkshire

FREE music and art workshops for special children in Berkshire, designed for children with autism, a disability or are deaf/hard of hearing.

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