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Bridget started out her career as a dancer; she taught dance and actors’ movement for many years as Head of Theatre Training at a leading London theatre school.
Bridget wrote plays for drama students to take into schools, and a Theatre in Education project for Amnesty International. After a degree in the History of Art, she now works in gallery education, and often collaborates with Young Cultural Creators in galleries and museums, specialising in access for disabled children and adults. She also gives audio-descriptions of art for visually impaired audiences and is involved in workshop projects for visually impaired students within mainstream schools. One of these projects resulted in a CD audio-description of the Hepworth Museum and Gallery in St Ives, Cornwall, available to the public and written and recorded by the students themselves. Bridget is on the audio-description team for the National Theatre, London, and other theatres including Theatre Royal Stratford East and in the West End.
Among Bridget’s recent projects were CD audio-descriptions of the Eden Project and of the 54-metre- long mural at Arsenal Underground Station commissioned by Arsenal FC.