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Could You Mystery Shop for Sheffield Theatres?

Sheffield Theatres are on the hunt for some feedback on their current programme of accessible performances and the services that they offer to disabled customers.

Sheffield Theatres are looking for people with a wide variety of impairments to act as “mystery shoppers”. As a mystery shopper you would be given a free ticket to a show at either The Crucible or Lyceum in exchange for a chat about the experience and how the experience could be improved.

It would be particularly useful for the Theatre to discuss their captioned and BSL interpreted performances with people with hearing impairments, as well as to talk about their audio described performances with people with visual impairments. However the Theatre would like to hear from disabled people with a wide range of impairments.

If you have any questions or would be interested in being a mystery shopper then please contact Ben Wilson on b.wilson@sheffieldtheatres.co.uk .



  • Beverley Wright:

    20 Jul 2017 11:55:02

    Would be interested in being involved in this project

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