Strictly: sign language interpreter to be projected onto big screens at live shows

Strictly Live UK arena shows starring Rose Ayling-Ellis, who is deaf, will have a BSL interpreter projected beside stage

She was the first deaf contestant and winner of Strictly Come Dancing and now Rose Ayling-Ellis is set to make history again by taking part in the UK’s first arena touring show that will have a British Sign Language interpreter at every performance.

For each of the 33 shows of the forthcoming Strictly Live UK tour, producers are providing a registered interpreter who will appear on two large screens either side of the stage, meaning deaf people can sit almost anywhere in the venues to enjoy the event.

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