We are #CAPaware

Posted on 11 November 2015


Stagetext is celebrating its 15th anniversary all this week with the first ever Captioning Awareness Week. The aim of this week is to bring together cultural venues and caption users from all over to celebrate and raise awareness of captioning and subtitling.

At the Belgrade Theatre, we are committed to providing access to live theatre for everybody. All Belgrade productions and many visiting productions are supported by captioning or sign language interpreters and are audio-described. We also have large print versions of our brochure available on request. We have a limited number of spaces to accommodate wheelchair users.

Providing high quality access facilities is part of the Belgrade Theatre Trust’s charitable objectives, and as such we are reliant on the generous support of our donors to be able to offer these. You can support the Belgrade’s Access Facilities through our Faces of the Belgrade Theatre campaign.

Upcoming Access Performances include:

  • The Mousetrap (Main Stage)
    Captioned Performance: Fri 13 Nov, 7.45pm
    Audio Described Performance: Sat 14 Nov, 2.30pm
  • Vampomime (B2)
    Audio Described: Sat 19 Dec, 2.15pm
  • Beauty and the Beast (Main Stage)
    Signed Performance: Sat 5 Dec, 5pm
    Captioned Performance: Thurs 10 Dec, 6.30pm
    Audio Described Performance: Sat 12 Dec, 1pm
    Integrated Signed Performances: Weds 6 Jan, 2pm and Thurs 7 Jan, 7pm


The Belgrade Theatre Trust is a registered charity (number 219163). This means that all the money given, raised or earned is not distributed as profit but kept and reinvested in the work that we do. To find out more, please visit: