Tunnels to be unearthed at the Playhouse
Communities / Mon 24th Mar 2014 pm31 05:50pm
FROZEN Light’s multi-sensory show Tunnels- for teenage audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities is coming to Harlow Playhouse 25th-27th March.
THE performance is described as follows: “Leaving the place that she calls home, Lana travels deep below the city into an underground world filled with music, smells and curious characters. Accompanied by a small audience, a musician and an intriguing chap called Cardini, Lana must journey into new worlds and dark places if she is ever to find the light again.
A spokesperson said: “At Frozen Light we create theatre for a very specific audience, but we want to ensure that our work is of the highest artistic quality and that it can be programmed alongside theatre for mainstream audiences.
“We aim to open the doors of theatre venues for audiences who would find it a challenge to access other shows. We are currently on an 18-theatre venue tour of Tunnels across the UK and want to ensure that our work is documented and judged like any other theatre show.
Tuesday 25th March 14.30 & 18.30
Wednesday 26th March 11am & 1pm
Thursday 27th March 11am & 1pm