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High quality accessible theatre? Improbable.

Tuesday 15th June, 2010

two actors in Lifegame both on stage standing, pushing forwards with their hands.

Liz Porter, one of our Sync South East individuals, is currently working as Assistant Producer for Improbable and wants to spread the word about three shows coming up this July:

Lifegame at Lyric-Hammersmith

7 – 17 July

9, 16 July: BSL Interpreted Performance

10, 15 July: Audio Described Performance

Pre - Show Touch tour available

Lifegame is part chat show, part impro show

There is a different guest every night who the cast have never met.

There is an interviewer asking the guest about their life; people, places, events.

There are performers who turn those people, places and events into theatre.

No two shows are ever the same anything can happen.

Nalaga’at Presents Not By Bread Alone at Artsdepot

4 – 15 July

7 (8pm), 9 (5pm), 13 July (8pm): BSL Performances

13 (3pm & 8pm), 14 July (8pm): Audio Described Performance

Eleven deafblind actors, eleven stories, one theatrical experience you will never forget.

This is a unique opportunity to experience a powerful performance delivered by an entirely deafblind cast.

Which by its very nature provokes and inspires your senses for life.

For Café Kapish and Blackout Bar please call the Box Office 020 8369 5454

For further access requirements call the box office or email info@artsdepot.co.uk

No Idea at Young Vic Theatre

21 - 31 July

27 July: BSL Interpreted Performance

28 July: Captioned Performance

29 July: Audio Described Performance

Lisa and Rachael wanted to make a theatre show but couldn't think of an idea.

So, armed with a tape recorder, they went on to the streets and asked people to take a good look at them and imagine what their show could be about.

Asking the public to write their show seemed to be a great idea but slowly they realised that something was happening that neither of them could have predicted; something very strange indeed...

For more info, contact the theatres direct.