Image of Deptford High Street overlayed with purple block which reads 'I'm part of Liberty Festival 22 -24 July'.  Black block with white writing reads: [Captioning Lewisham]'. Event pin in background, black reads: 'CAP'

[Captioning Lewisham]

Traditionally, captioning is used to communicate the audio of film, TV or live events as written text on a screen or monitor. It is often used by deaf and hard of hearing people, and the text conveys sounds that a deaf person might not hear. These sound captions by Nina Thomas will form a map and discovery trail for visitors to explore, making unseen, forgotten or overlooked histories visible.

Presented by Liberty – The Mayor of London’s free festival celebrating the work of D/deaf, disabled and neurodiverse artists, presented in partnership with We Are Lewisham, the London Borough of Culture 2022

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