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A number of performances and events are British Sign Language interpreted. Please refer to the show pages for more information.
Scrooge – Sat 23 Jan, 2.30pm
The Graduate – Mon 5 Jun, 7.15pm
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sun 20 Aug, 2pm
Pink Sari Revolution – Wed 4 Oct, 7.15pm
Selected performances are captioned. Captions convert the spoken word into visible text as they are spoken, via a display screen on stage.
Scrooge – Thu 4 Jan, 7.30pm
The Graduate – Tue 6 Jun, 7.15pm
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sat 19 Aug, 2pm
Pink Sari Revolution – Thu 5 Oct, 2.30pm
Hedda Gabler – Sat 28 Oct, 2.15pm
Audio Described Performances
Selected performances are audio described where key visual aspects of a performance are described live via a headset. Headsets which receive the description can be reserved in advance via the Ticket office and may be collected prior to the performance. Season brochures are available in large print and audio CD on request.
Scrooge – Tue 19 Dec, 7.30pm & Sat 6 Jan, 2.30pm
The Graduate – Wed 7 Jun, 7.15pm
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Thu 17 Aug, 7pm
Pink Sari Revolution – Sat 7 Oct, 2.30pm
Hedda Gabler – Thu 26 Oct, 7.30pm
Touch Tours are a tactile tour of the stage allowing customers who are blind or partially sighted greater access to the performance. Tours take place 90 minutes prior to the start of an audio described performance. Places on the tour should be booked in advance via the Ticket Office. Special seating is available for customers on audio described, captioned and British Sign Language Interpreted performances.
Relaxed performances are tailored and aimed at anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed performance environment. The atmosphere in the auditorium will be relaxed and audience members will be free to come and go as they please and make noise if they want to.
Scrooge – Sun 17 Dec, 1pm
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Sun 13 Aug
Dementia friendly performances are tailored to meet the specific needs of people living with dementia. They include adaptations to the show, clearer visual markers and signage in the physical environment and a relaxed attitude to movement and audience responses during the show.
To find out more about what a dementia friendly performance entails, you can watch footage from our Oliver! dementia friendly performance.
Scrooge – Wed 3 Jan, 2.30pm