Sep 23, 2019 - Sep 23, 2019 | Segal Theatre


The Segal Centre is thrilled to be offering its first ever audio-described performance in collaboration with Connec-T, an organization aiming to make culture accessible to all. This special performance of The Pianist of Willesden Lane will allow patrons to use the “Sennheiser Mobile Connect” app on their personal phone to hear enhanced sound and a detailed audio-description of the performance narrated live. Be a part of our growth – come test out this meaningful pilot project that is part of a wider accessibility and inclusion initiative at the Segal Centre.

Download the Sennheiser MobileConnect app: Apple | Google

Bring your headphones!

Other support materials available for patrons with vision impairment are:

  • Segal Centre Visual Story (available electronically or in Braille, on-site)
  • Tactile map (available on-site)
  • Program book (available electronically or in Braille, on-site)

Ask for them at the Segal Centre Box Office or to one of our ushers.

Please note that the performance lasts 90 minutes, followed by a talkback.

Special thanks to the hearing aid clinic Mark & Lachance for their generous support towards this initiative.

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With the generous support of

For more information about Accessibility at the Segal Centre, please click here or call Box Office, at 514.739.7944.

Please note that the Segal Centre recognizes and is sensitive to the complexity of identification. We are aware of the debate and discussions surrounding the use of Person First Language (PFL). We have opted to use PFL based on the recommendations of experts in the field of accessibility and inclusion, and following consultation with individuals within the community. We are conscious of the dynamic and endlessly evolving nature of language, so if you have any questions, comments, or feedback, please do not hesitate to reach out to us at


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