Signed Performance: Jack & The Beanstalk

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Signed Performance: Jack & The Beanstalk

07 December 2017, 7:00PM to 07 December 2017, 12:00AM

Millennium Forum

Following the success of their Relaxed, Dementia Friendly and Signed Performances the Millennium Forum are proud to announce the following accessible show

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A gigantic beanstalk, Daisy the cow, magic beans, a goose that lays golden eggs and the nastiest of giants – it’s panto time again at the Forum!

Telling the story of peasant boy Jack and his attempts to please his impoverished mother and win the hand of Princess Jill, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK remains one of the best-loved pantomimes of all time.Packed with great song and dance routines, hilarious comedy, dazzling scenes and magical special effects, JACK & THE BEANSTALK is fun for all the family from 4-94!

Tickets for these performances are now on-sale through their box office (02871 264455) or on their website http://www.millenniumforum.co.uk/shows/jack-the-beanstalk/

There is an early bird offer for anyone who books before 30 September tickets will be at the reduced price of 12.50, with a buy 10 get an 11th free.

A Relaxed or Dementia Friendly performance is adapted in various ways to make it accessible to young people or adults with learning or sensory difficulties or people with dementia.

Most importantly they ask every audience member and staff member to be tolerant and accepting of the fact that people with dementia and young people with learning and sensory difficulties will express enjoyment of the show in different ways. Interval entertainment will be provided by Stage Beyond.

The attitude to noise and movement is relaxed, and they ask anyone who buys a ticket for this performance to be supportive of this.

At the Signed Performance there will be BSL and ISL signers.  Signers will be positioned at the front of the stage for ease of viewing.

The Millennium Forum recognises and embraces the challenges that a life with dementia, learning and sensory difficulties presents to the person and the people who support them.


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