Zebra Access is a Deaf-led charity dedicated to ensuring that all Deaf people enjoy equal participation and access without communication barriers.

We aim to act as Deaf role models, enabling Deaf people to have self belief and confidence by opening doors for further education and employment.

We deliver training courses for Deaf individuals and support a variety of events, clubs and initiatives.

We coordinate Deaffest, the UK's leading Deaf Film and Arts Festival.

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Zebra Uno is a unique, creative business focused on Digital Media and Communication.

Deaffest 2019

"The media workshop was fast, effective and overwhelming. The workshop enabled my career to develop further - I'm now a BBC Researcher."

David Hay - BBC Researcher

"The media workshop was a welcoming, friendly and fun experience - combined with hard work."

"Fun, worthwhile and inspiring."

Elizabeth Bojas - The Hub Presenter

"I still use tips from your media workshops today. Since your workshop, I have acted in theatre, wrote my own play and TV as well."

Matt Gurney - Actor

"The media workshop was fun, educational and inspiring. I have made several documentaries for the BBC and BSLBT and I'm currently directing my debuted drama which will be broadcasted on FilmFour."

Bim Ajadi - Freelance Director/Editor 

"After being out of work for some time, the employment course gave my self-esteem a boost. I'm now armed with a good CV and feel that I can go into interviews with confidence."

Christina Allen 

"All participants found the health workshops very useful and would like Zebra Access to provide further workshops on other health topics in the future."

ABCD Community Development 

"Thank you Zebra for giving me the opportunity to do my First VV performance at the Deaffest last May 2012, I am now in the progress of developing my VV career."

Ishtiaq Hussian - VV Performer

Cornwall Mini Deaffest News


Deaffest 2019 News Release

'Share your story' at Deaffest 2019!

Success of the Cornish Deaf Workshops