Theatre Trip For Sight Support Derbyshire
Local sight loss charity Sight Support Derbyshire is offering a trip to Derby Theatre on Saturday 24th March 2018 for visually impaired people, to see an audio-described matinée performance of Jim Cartwright's classic comedy, 'Two.' Tickets for the play are £20, with free entrance for accompanying guides, and include a tactile tour of the stage and scenery before the performance at 2.30pm. The trip is open to all, no matter where they live in the county. Sight Support Derbyshire staff will meet the theatregoers in Derby, and there will be the opportunity for a light lunch at Derby Theatre restaurant before the tour and show. Guide dogs are welcome and charity staff will assist anyone needing to get a bus or taxi home. For more details, please contact Helen Jones or Heather Davidson at Sight Support Derbyshire on 01332 292262. Tickets will be offered on a first come, first served basis. 'Two' is a hilarious, yet heart-breaking play presenting a slice of working-class life in a Northern local pub in the 1980s. With a constantly quarrelling landlord and landlady, and the dozen regulars pulling up a stool, all life is present in this pub. Jim Cartwright has written extensively for stage, television and radio with his hugely successful plays, including 'The Rise and Fall of Little Voice,' performed at the Royal Court Theatre, National Theatre, the West End and on Broadway. They have won numerous awards, including the Olivier and Evening Standard awards.
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The show starts at 2.30pm. Tickets are £20 and are available by contacting the Sight Support Derbyshire office on 01332 292262. Free entrance for accompanying guides to the visually impaired.
Caters for the following age groups0 months To 99 years
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