We aim to make the Village Storytelling Festival as welcoming and widely accessible as possible. All spaces are wheelchair accessible and many performances and events will be BSL interpreted, closed captioned or for online workshops, live auto captioned. Accessibility information is included in each individual event.

A full accessibility guide for our main partner venue, Glasgow’s CCA, can be viewed at

Access requirements can be entered at the time of booking and if you have any questions about access options, please contact the Festival Team or the CCA box office via email at or by calling +44(0)141 352 4900 (Box Office Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 – 18:00).

BSL Interpreted performances include:

  • 1. More than a Footnote: A Quest for Queer Stories
  • The Boy With the Moon On His Forehead
  • Hear Us and Hasten
  • The Gods Are All Here
  • Selkie Soul
  • Wolf Girl
  • Nefarious Practices
  • I Hope Your Flowers Bloom

PLEASE NOTE: We cannot guarantee that the BSL interpreter will appear consistently in the live-streamed version of performances (Nefarious Practices and I Hope Your Flowers Bloom). Closed auto-captions will be available for the at-home audience.

Storyteller Phil Okwedy stands side-on looking at the camera against a stone wall covered in ivy

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