DARK CITY SESSIONS
Are you interested in stories, theatre and creative technology?
Then join PECo theatre in a monthly event to connect with others and get inspired!
Working with a group of visually impaired core collaborators and others in Bristol, PECo theatre is developing ‘Dark City’an immersive multi-sensory theatre piece exploring visual impairment.
Open to anyone who is visually impaired or connected to the visually impaired community, Dark City sessions are an enjoyable and inspiring way for you to engage with and help develop the project as it evolves.
Each session will include:
- Live podcast interviews hosted by radio legend Alan Dyte
- Informal Q + A, with a focus on different causes of sight loss each session
- Exclusive sharing of the work created by the theatre company so far, with a chance for you to give your feedback and ideas
- Opportunities to discuss creative activities you would like made accessible in Bristol
Sessions take place at Pervasive Media Studios, Watershed, central Bristol, Friday evenings. First session is Friday 30th November 6.30 – 9pm.
Sandwiches and other light refreshments will be available and we can even contribute to the costs of your travel!
Numbers are limited so to reserve your place and register please contact:[email protected]
If you would like to take part in a family event especially for children and young people who have a visual impairment, Nystagmus Network is offering you the opportunity to join a special London theatre experience for families.
The Little Match Girl and other happier tales
For adults and brave children alike, expect music, puppetry, dark magic… and perhaps some modern truths that we would all rather remain hidden.
- Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, 21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, London SE1 9DT
- Sat 7 April, 10.00am to 3.40pm
- £10 for young people (18 and Under), £12.50 per adult
- Age 9+
These tickets are offered to family groups where one or more of the children in the family have a visual impairment, and their sighted siblings. Maximum of 6 tickets per family.
For full details and how to book, please click the link to Mousetrap Theatre Projects.
The Nystagmus Network is considering organising a theatre experience for children and young people with nystagmus and their families, in partnership with Mousetrap Theatre Projects.
The day would include a drama workshop, touch tour of the theatre (where children get to see costumes and props up close) and tickets for a London show. It would also be a great opportunity to meet up with other nystagmus families.
To find out what it might be like, please watch this video or visit Mousetrap’s website.
If you would be interested in taking part, please complete the contact form:
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