BSL events at World Museum

14 July 2010 by Alison Cornmell

picture of traditional Samurai Armour

See a volunteer get dressed up in replica Samurai Armour

As part of National Museums Liverpool’s ongoing commitment to equal opportunities and diversity there are a selection of BSL events suitable for all the family to enjoy this Saturday 17 July at World Museum.

From 2.15-2.45pm visitors can take part in a hands on Samurai Armour demonstration suitable for all the family. Here you can find out about the history and traditions of the Samurai and see a volunteer get dressed up in replica armour. A BSL interpreter will explain how the armour was used 400 years ago.

Then from 3.30-4.00pm children aged 3-7 can join in our interactive story of a very brave whale! The story of Molly the Friendly Blue Whale will be British Sign Language assisted and audio described.

Best of all these activities are totally free, you just need to collect a free ticket from the information desk on the day.

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