See Through Sound

See Through Sound - Music for the senses is a fantastic event that brings everyone together whether you're sighted, partially sighted or blind. The event features an evening of live music from some of the UK's best homegrown talent check out the full line up below. 

This event is a one-of-a-kind auditory experience. As a member the audience you will be given 'sim specs' (glasses simulating sight-loss) giving you an insight into living with sight-loss. 

Things you need to know:

  • When: Friday 14 October 2016
  • Where: Cadogan Hall, SW1X 9DQ
  • Time: Doors 5.30pm, Music 7.00pm
  • Tickets: £25
  • Student tickets: £20

Buy tickets through TicketMaster

For accessible tickets please contact the Cadogan Hall Box office on 020 7730 4500

Tickets are also available on the Cadogan Hall website

Get a taster of the night with the See Through Sound launch film below. 

Badly Drawn Boy

Ever-popular Lancashire singer/songwriter, who last year celebrated the 15th anniversary of his Mercury-prize winning album, The Hour of Bewiderbeast,  found worldwide fame through his soundtrack for feature film About A Boy.

Badly Drawn Boy will be performing at the RNIB see through sound event


Newton Faulkner

The enigmatic singer/songwriter, who has become renowned for his unique guitar playing style, had worldwide success through his debut solo album Hand Built By Robots. He has most recently starred as Johnny in the West End show American Idiot.

Newton Faulkner is performing at RNIB see through sound


Doc Brown 

Ben Bailey Smith, most commonly known as Doc Brown, has been a prominent figure on the comedy circuit for over a decade. He has seen his profile dramatically rise as one of the main stars of David Brent: The Movie, which has spawned several hits including Equality Street and Lonely Cowboy.

Doc Brown is performing at RNIB See through sound


Kevin Simm

Former Liberty X pop star, and winner of the latest series of BBC One's The Voice is set to release his debut solo album later this year. 


Kevin Simms will be performing at the RNIB See through sound event



Critically acclaimed London-based electro trio, fronted by Blythe Pepino, found huge success with their single One Last Night, which featured on the soundtrack of Fifty Shades of Grey.

Vaults will be performing at RNIB see through sound event


Andy Jordan

Andy's debut track ‘A Whole Lot of Water’ sold 10,000 copies in its first week and broke into the UK top 20 chart and topped the singer/songwriter iTunes charts. He has just released his 2nd EP “Through Another Man’s Eyes”.

Andy has sold out two tours across the UK. Due to phenomenal demand he will be embarking on another tour this year.

Andy Jordan is performing at our music event in October



We would like to thank our official sponsor, The Production Hub for their kind support.  The Production Hub is a print management company specialising in all aspects of the direct marketing mix.

Thank you Westerham for your support of See Through Sound.

If you would like to find out about exclusive opportunities to sponsor See Through Sound 2016, we would love to talk to you.

Sponsorship packages

There are several different sponsorship packages available that will associate your company with this very special event. 

For more information, or to arrange a meeting to discuss your requirements, contact Charlotte Briffa in our Corporate Partnerships team on 020 7391 2138 or email [email protected]

Supporting RNIB

We’re the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) and we’re here for everyone affected by sight loss. Whether you’re losing your sight or you’re blind or partially sighted, our practical and emotional support can help you face the future with confidence.

There are almost two million people in the UK suffering from sight loss; a figure that is set to double to four million people by 2050. Right now we can only reach one in three of those who need our help the most.

Text RNIB16 £3 to 70070 to donate to RNIB and make a difference today!

How your money helps:

  • £87p of every pound you raise goes directly to helping blind and partially sighted children and adults.

  • £5 can help us to answer a call to our Helpline from someone who has just found out they are losing their sight.

  • £10 can help someone understand their eye condition and treatment through information from our Eye Health Team.

  • £20 can help provide information and support to someone with sight problems seeking employment.

  • £30 could pay for a ‘quality of life’ check that assesses all areas of someone’s life to find out if they are getting all the support they need.

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