Are you a Harry Potter fanatic? Have you been desperate to see the eighth installment of the series at the theatre, but have concerns about accessing accommodation and public transport in London?
Disability Horizons writer Shannon Kelly visited Washington D.C. to attend an event exploring the inclusion of disabled people in the media. Here’s what she learned… As a recent Broadcast Journalism
We all know that shopping on the high street can be tricky if you’re disabled, especially around Christmas time when the Boxing Day and January sales are in full force.
We’ve asked musician James Ian and Attitude is Everything, for their list of the top 10 most accessible venues across England. So whether you live near London or Manchester, get ready
Singer-songwriter Anne Tello recently teamed up with Lucia, who is blind, to make a cover of Christina Aquilera’s song Beautiful. The aim? To show the world that blind and visually
Disability Horizons CEO and Co-founder Martyn Sibley announces new online resource Disability Academy. It’s your one-stop-shop for comprehensive information covering everything from travel to employment. Read on to find out what benefits
Nuno Sabroso was a former national Latin and ballroom dance competitor in his home country of Portugal. When he was approached by Daniele Oliveira – a wheelchair user – to
Unlimited Festival is back, from the 6th to 11th September, London’s Southbank Centre will be filled with a whole host of free and ticketed events by disabled artists from across
We’ve set music writer Meghan out to interview leading disabled musicians to find out how they got into music, how their disability affects their performances and how accessible concert venues really
Avid gamer Vivek, who has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, shares his thoughts on the accessibility of the gaming world, including what games companies need to do to make computer games more accessible, what