STEP FREE + PRICING + PLAIN ENGLISH + BSL

Access is something we take very seriously as makers of SPILL Festival and we work year‑round on how to best serve the diverse needs of all our guests and visitors. Our starting point is an inclusive offer — there are no
special exceptions. We don’t believe that access should be something additional or have to be requested.


Every venue in SPILL 2018 has step‑free access or easy‑to‑use lifts to relevant floors.

About one third of all events are FREE, and the most expensive ticket is just £10. Day Passes, Weekend Passes and All‑Seeing Passes offer the best value for those wanting to see lots across the festival.

We aspire to the Plain English Campaign when using words to publicise the festival. We write with you, the reader, in mind.

We champion artists describing their work in their own words. If you have any queries, or simply can’t get the measure of something, please telephone or email us and we will do our best to describe whatever it is in a different way.

This year, in addition to providing BSL interpretation at several events, we’re creating opportunities for BSL users to chat about various parts of the programme.

Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter to see all of the latest access announcements as we get closer to the festival.


BSL INTERPRETED

 

Thu 25
SPILL Launch Speeches, 18:30

Fri 26
Eaten, Mamoru Iriguchi, 15:00
Diamond, David Hoyle, 19:30

Sat 27
Walk-round of Processions Exhibition, meet at SPILL Central, 11:00
Ipswich Art Gallery BSL Hangout, 15:00
Icons, Le Gateau Chocolat, 20:00

Tue 30
Lunchtime talk with Jodee Mundy, 13:00

Sat 3
Walk-round of Processions Exhibition, meet at SPILL Central, 11:00
Ipswich Art Gallery BSL Hangout, 15:00


WHY NOT ALSO TRY

Imagined Touch by Jodee Mundy Collaborations, enter the world of deafblind artists Michelle Stevens and Heather Lawson in this immersive installation for up to 15 people at a time