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Deaf-led events at the Science Museum

Monthly update of SIGNtific events at the Science Museum:

Remember you can also find more information on our SIGNtific Facebook page: (like us and you’ll receive updates when we post!) or email the team: familyprogrammes@sciencemuseum.org.uk

SIGNtific –Deaf-led events at the Science Museum for families:

SIGNtific Saturday 4th October:

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18-25th Sept – Subtitled cinema! Ireland North & South

A Most Wanted Man subtitled (15) 2 hour 2 mins

Spy thriller. A down and out immigrant arrives in Germany and connects with a lawyer who helps him claim his late father’s fortune. It’s not long before the immigrant unwittingly attracts the attention of covert intelligence services and a team of spies led by German agent Gunther Bachmann (Philip Seymour Hoffman) attempt to uncover his true identity. Based on the bestselling novel by John le Carre. Directed by Anton Corbijn. **** 4 stars! Total Film

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Deaf Victims of Crime in Ireland

Deaf Victims of Crime in Ireland

22nd Sept – ISL Coffee Morning

ISL COFFEE MORNING on 22nd September Monday. – International Awareness Week of the Deaf.

All Men and hearing people Welcome.

  • Tallaght Coffee Morning- Molloys Pub, Village Green, Tallaght, 11am
  • Mid- West Deaf – Deaf Community Centre, 96a O Connell St. Limerick. 11am
  • Kerry Deaf Women, Kirbyis Brogue Inn, Rock St. Trallee, 11am
  • Monaghan Deaf Women – Savoir Fayer Mauric Graham, Armagh Road Roundabout Monaghan 10.30am
  • Foreigner Deaf Ladies – Mc Donalds, Navan Road 11am
  • Kildare Deaf Women – Keadeen Hotel, Newbridge. 10.30am
  • Louth Deaf Ladies at Lemonade Cafe, Drogheda, 10am,
  • South East Deaf Women’s Group – Dunbrody, New Ross, Wexford at 10.30am
  • Ladies Meath Cuppa in Costa, Navan shopping centre 10.30am

Come along and sign away.

22-26th Sept – ISL Awareness Week in Cork

ISL Week Cork

28th Sept – Afternoon tea party

Afternoon tea partyAfternoon tea party at Deaf Village on Sunday 28th of September.

Bring your friends & family to support Greenbow Deaf Lgbt and Irish sign language recognition campaign

IDS Chairperson announcement for Irish Sign Language Awareness Week 2014

Wendy Murray, Chairperson of IDS signs information about ISL awareness Week:

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Sign of the Times: RTE’s Caroline Worthington

Carol WorthingtonWhen Caroline Worthington was a child, she lost her hearing, she tells Joy Orpen.

Despite the challenges, she leads a full life, while the icing on the cake, apart from her upcoming nuptials, is signing the weather on RTE

See more at: http://www.independent.ie/life/health-wellbeing/health-features/sign-of-the-times-rtes-caroline-worthington-30573140.html

23rd Sept – Information on Booking Interpreters in Cork

Information on Booking Interpreters in Cork

27th Sept – Personal Development Workshops for Deaf People

Personal Development Workshops for Deaf People