The Stand-Ins Exhibition: Live Audio Description Tour with Harry Baxter
Join us for a live audio description tour of the exhibition The Stand-Ins with Harry Baxter.
This tour is specifically designed to allow our blind and visually impaired audience to access our collection. As part of our ongoing objective to make the Zabludowicz Collection more accessible for all.
Harry is a fully qualified audio describer who works closely with blind and visually impaired audiences. He trained in audio description at the Royal Academy of Arts and has described every major exhibition there since 2010. He had also performed audio descriptions for the British Museum, Tate Gallery and Kings College London. His work was featured in the recent BBC Four documentary, The Disorderly Eye.
We are committed to being open and accessible to all. To book this tour and if you need assistance with your visit you can either register online, email us at email@example.com or call our front of the house team at +44 (0) 2074288940 and we will do everything we can to make sure you have a positive experience at the gallery.
- The gallery has step-free access throughout its ground floor spaces, and café.
- An accessible toilet is available at back gallery.
- Baby change facilities available.
- All toilets in the gallery are gender neutral.
- Information about current exhibitions and events can be requested to be in large print. Please give us a call three days before your planned visit.
- Chairs are available to borrow in the exhibition spaces by asking a member of staff.
- The gallery has indoor and outdoor seating.
- Guide, access assistant and guide dogs are welcome in all areas of the gallery.
- Magnifying glasses, ear plugs and a folding wheelchair are available to borrow, please ask a member of our team. (Limited availability, please call beforehand)