Speech-to-Text Tour – Alexander the Great: The Making of a Myth

Face of Alexander the Great statue opened to reveal a pink elephant, a snake, a horse and a ship.

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Join us as we take you on a speech-to-text tour of our latest exhibition Alexander the Great.

Please book by e-mailing outreach@bl.uk or by phoning +44 (0)20 7412 7797.

This tour is suitable for visitors who are D/deaf, deafened and hard of hearing.

On this tour you will discover the mythical story of Alexander the Great. Find out about an epic tale 2,000 years in the telling.

From astrological clay tablets, ancient papyri, and medieval manuscripts, to Hollywood and Bollywood movies and cutting-edge video games.

This major exhibition crosses continents to explore the fantastical stories that turned legacy into legend.

The tour is delivered by a curator and live speech-to-text transcription will be provided by Stagetext. One free ticket for a companion is available per visitor. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.

Please meet at the Information Desk in the Main Entrance 15 minutes before the start time. If you require a British Sign Language interpreter or any further access support, please contact outreach@bl.uk or phone +44 (0)20 7412 7797.

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Name: Speech-to-Text Tour – Alexander the Great: The Making of a Myth
Where: PACCAR 1
The British Library
96 Euston Road
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