Other Audio Description Organisations

Audio Description Association (ADA)


The Audio Description Association (ADA) works to raise the standard and profile of audio description nationwide, supporting audio describers and facilitating a quality service for blind and partially sighted people.



The mission of VocalEyes, the Arts Council England-funded charity, is to make the arts and culture accessible to blind and partially sighted people. Founded in 1998, it provides access services and support to theatres, museums, galleries, heritage sites, opera and dance companies, and has researched and developed audio description in many sectors, pioneering work in outdoor arts, architecture and children’s theatre.

VocalEyes has recently launched www.accessibletheatre.org.uk which directly supports all areas of a venue’s staff to make sure that the audience receives an excellent welcome and holistic service.

Mind's Eye


Anne Hornsby's company, Mind’s Eye operates throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, to provide audio description, descriptive tours, touch tours and handling sessions, audio guides and audio brochures for Theatres, Galleries, Museums, Conferences, Film Festivals and other Cultural Institutions. Anne also offers bespoke training for Museums and Galleries working to enhance provision for blind and visually impaired visitors.

Scene and Sound


Scene and Sound aim to make theatre more accessible to deaf, deafened, hard of hearing, blind and partially sighted people.