@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, HexhamBook Now
13 November 2019
In the dustbowl of 1930’s America, Patience and Bird are waiting for rain in the dry dusty heat. Clanky Jane arrives with her ‘Cloud-O-Matic’ machine but will some crazy percussion and a bit of magic make the rain come? Expect captivating visual effects, puppetry, live music and a sprinkling of water.
Bamboozle bring two versions of Pulse to Queen’s Hall Arts Centre – an intimate version for audiences of 6 children and young people described as having profound and multiple learning disabilities and a relaxed version open to all.
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Bamboozle Theatre are world leaders in making theatre for children with a wide range of different access and learning needs.
‘The renowned Bamboozle Theatre Company are world leaders in creating immersive, accessible theatre for children with disabilities.’ Arts Centre Melbourne
About Bamboozle’s PMLD performances
Bamboozle’s PMLD productions are designed to cater for groups of up to 6 children aged 6-14, described as having profound and multiple learning disabilities and their family groups or teachers and support staff. Each moment will be tailored to each child’s needs by a team of Bamboozle performers who are hugely experienced in adapting to, and interacting with, children and young people who have a variety of complex and differing needs. The show is designed to be particularly suitable for children who use a wheelchair.
‘Absolutely amazing!!! Would recommend to everybody. The students loved it and we thought it was brilliant how you involved every single child throughout’ Beacon Hill School
About Bamboozle’s Relaxed Performances:
Bamboozle Theatre are world leaders in making theatre for children with a wide range of different access and learning needs. Their relaxed performances are designed to cater for audiences of around 100-200 people, to be enjoyed by children with and without additional needs and their families or as a school group. Pulse is ideal for children aged 5 and up with families or Year 2 upwards in a school group, including learning disabled children and children on the autistic spectrum.
Here’s what people have said about previous performances of Pulse:
‘I have seen many films and plays, but this was one of the best I have ever seen. It also seemed real. I felt I was actually there. Especially with all of the sound effects which made it even more realistic.’ Pupil, Granby School
If you’d like to speak in more detail about our audience suitability, please call Bamboozle on 0116 255 2065 or email Jade at Bamboozle here
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