Age Limit 8+
Advertised casting is subject to change due to cast holidays, illness and unforeseen circumstances. The Management reserves the right to change casting at any time.
Stage Text Captioned Performance for the hearing impaired
Our last Captioned show was on Tuesday 3rd March 7.30pm
Theatre captions are similar to television subtitles and give people who are deaf, deafened or hard of hearing access to live performance. The actors’ words appear on an LED caption unit (or units), placed next to the stage or in the set, at the same time as they are spoken or sung.
Unlike opera surtitles for hearing audiences, captions include additional information such as speaker names, sound effects and offstage noise.
Tickets are in the Royal Circle and are positioned to see both units which are place at the side of the stage as you look down on the show.
Audio Describled Performance for the visually impaired
Our last Audio Described show was on Tuesday 10th March 7.30pm
“Talking Sense” is led by co-founders Nadine Beasley and Kate Taylor-Davies. Its aim is to bring visual narration to the arts predominantly through audio description and voiceover. Its repertoire extends from musicals and farce to improvisational comedy and classics.
They are passionate about being part of a process that enables all members of society to share the same experiences.
Tickets are £35 each for the person with visual issues and up to 3 friends at the same price.
A touch tour of the stage and set is at 6pm with introductory notes at 7.15pm through the headsets.
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No Access Performances booking just yet.