The Importance of Being Described…Earnestly
Chloë Clarke, in collaboration with Elbow Room Theatre Company and Galeri Caernarfon
The Riverfront Newport, September 26th at 7.45pm
Box Office 01633 656757 / 01633 656679
When a clueless, but very well-intentioned theatre company attempt to stage their interpretation of an Oscar Wilde classic, objectivity, tradition, British politeness, handbags and several cups of tea fly out the window!
This innovative 60-minute comedy features fully integrated live audio description for visually impaired and sighted audiences to enjoy alike. A touch tour is incorporated into the show and open to everyone. The show will be performed ‘in the round’ with seats arranged around a central acting area.
Seating is unreserved – full price tickets are £10 and concessions are £8.00.
For further booking details You can visit elbowroomtheatre.com and click on the particular venue listed under ‘Tour Dates’.
So, in earnest, throw away those headsets. We’re all in this together!
It’s a Wonerful Life!!
19th December 2017 at 2.00pm
An opportunity to enjoy a film wihout being worried about making a noise or moving about….
You’re welcome to sing, talk, dance, come and go to the cinema as you like during the film
The lights are left dim and the volume will be turned down slightly for the duration of the film
Entry £4 (to include a cup of tea) Carers Free
More information: 01286 685222
Film Screenings and Workshops
We are delighted that our Changing the Focus project with film maker Ben Ewart-Dean is going on a short tour.
Where: Galeri, Doc Victoria, Caernarfon, LL55 1SQ
When: Thursday 16th February 2017
What time: 1pm – 4pm
Where: TAPE, Berthes Road, Old Colwyn, LL29 9SD
When: Friday 17th February 2017
What time: 1pm – 4pm
Changing the Focus? is a short film made by Ben Ewart-Dean with a group from Hijinx Academy and learning disabled individuals who share their personal stories illustrated by photos from their own archive.
If you like films then this event is for you. After the screening there will be a discussion followed by a “make your own archive film” digital storytelling session.
If you would like to make your own archive film then please bring along up to 10 family photographs or some video. To book a place on the workshop please email [email protected]