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The Hunting Lodge, Unicorn Theatre

Date: February 23, 2017

Time: 19.00 - 19.50

Location: 147 Tooley Street, Southwark, London SE1 2HZ

The Hunting Lodge

Captioned Performance on Thu 23 Feb, 7pm

Tickets £10 – £16 | Ages 11+

There was once a cleaner who married a prince. They lived happily ever after. But that’s not where the story ends…

The prince got ditched five years ago. His mum thinks he needs to get back out there and meet someone, so she’s throwing a party – which is good news for Daisy. Daisy has a plan; everything is lining up perfectly and she’s going to bag her prince. But Charlotte arrives, somewhat unexpectedly, and Daisy’s not happy about it.

The Hunting Lodge is a playful side-swipe at society’s obsessions with celebrity and its unrealistic romantic ideals.

This is modern and feisty love story gone wrong for tweens and teens everywhere.

Facilities
We can store pushchairs in our foyer, but please note these are left at the owners’ risk. Large items can be stored in the front of house office at the customer’s request.
The Unicorn is fully accessible for wheelchair users and people with mobility needs – tab here for more information about your visit.

How to get here
147 Tooley Street, Southwark, London SE1 2HZ
Transport: Nearest station London Bridge. 10 mins walk.
See Unicorn Theatre website – tab here.

Contact details:
boxoffice@unicorntheatre.com
T +44 (0)20 7645 0560
Twitter @Unicorn_Theatre
Facebook /UnicornTheatre

Family Day – Festival of Maps at the British Library

Date: February 25, 2017

Time: 12.00 - 16.00

Location: 96 Euston Road, London SW1 2DB

Saturday 25 February 12.00 – 16.00

FREE / Suitable for all ages

Various locations throughout the building

A fun and creative family day inspired by the exhibition, Maps and the 20th Century: Drawing the Line.

Join us to make, look, touch, sign and explore.

All families are welcome!

This event is fully accessible for families with deaf children, parents or carers.

The family programme is generously funded by John Lyon’s Charity and The Sackler Trust

Facilities
We have designated buggy parking and baby changing facilities. All areas of the Library are fully accessible for buggies and wheelchair users.

Keep in touch:
learning@bl.uk
T +44 (0)20 7412 7797
@BL_Learning

How to get here
The British Library, 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB.
Transport: King’s Cross St Pancras and Euston Bus routes 10, 30, 59, 73, 91, 205, 390 and 476 pass the building, along Euston Road.

Download flyer – tap here

BSL tour and sketching evening: Portrait of the Artist

Date: March 1, 2017

Time: 18:30 - 20:30

Location: The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace

BSL tour and sketching evening: Portrait of the Artist - small

Enjoy an evening with Deaf artist Rubbenna Aurangzeb-Tariq as she explores self-portraits in British Sign Language and leads a self-portraiture sketching session taking inspiration from the exhibition.

Voiceover will be provided during the tour and all art materials and a complimentary glass of wine are included.

Book now via either at email: learning@royalcollection.org.uk or online: www.royalcollection.org.uk or call us on +44 (0)303 123 7323

>> Download a copy of leaflet – tab here

Chigger Foot Boys

Date: March 3, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

Location: Tara Theatre, 356 Garratt Lane, London, SW18 4ES

Chigger Foot Boys - drama

An intoxicating cocktail of love, duty, death and dominoes. Based on true events in the lives of Jamaicans who fought in World War One and set amid the banter in a rum bar near Kingston Harbour, four young men tell their stories of death and glory as the end of the British Empire looms.

British Sign Language performance of Chigger Foot Boys is on Friday 3rd March at 7.30pm.

>> To book your tickets and for more information – tab here to Tara Arts’ website

Email enquiry: tara@tara-arts.com

Belief & Beyond Belief Festival – How Do We Live with Death?

Date: March 4, 2017

Time: 11:30 - 17:00

Location: Southbank Centre, London

How Do We Live with Death?

Come join us to explore the ways that death affects our life!

Tickets Full Price £15 – book your ticket now – tab here
(-20% discount for Deaf BSL Users when joining Southbank access scheme, see website)

Interpreted Talks:

11.30 – 12.30 – What happens next? – Clore Ballroom
Get ready to debate what happens when we die. Whether you believe you’re going to heaven, hell, or being reincarnated as a beetle.

13.00 – 14.00 – How to Live – Level 5 Function Room
What makes a good life and what can we do to make the most of here and now?

14.30 – 15.30 – Burial Rights – Level 5 Function Room
Come on a journey through the world of funerals.

16:00 – 17:00 – Alain de Botton: How Do We Live With Death?
In a chaotic and violent world, how do we make sense of death?

BSL Interpreters:
Dr Christopher Stone, Freya McLuckie, Darren Townsend-Handscombe & Esther Thomas

Email enquiry: accesslist@southbankcentre.co.uk

WOW (Women of the World)

Start date: March 7, 2017

End date: March 12, 2017

Location: Southbank Centre, London

BSL & Speech to Text Accessible Events:

Deaf lead talks, BSL interpreted events, debates, comedy, poetry, shows & much, much, more!

NEW Interpreting Roaming request service – tab here to see BSL video for more information.

To book your Day Pass please see SouthBank website – tab here.

Join the SouthBank access scheme for concession and discount tickets – tab here!

 Email enquiry: accesslist@southbankcentre.co.uk

BSL tour: Windsor Castle – State Apartments

Date: March 16, 2017

Time: 18:30 - 19:30

Location: Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle - BSL tour: State Apartments

Join our British Sign Language tour led by Deaf lecturer John Wilson as he explores the magnificent and unique interiors of the State Apartments of Windsor Castle which has been home to over thirty monarchs.

Voiceover will be provided.

Book now via either at email: learning@royalcollection.org.uk or online: www.royalcollection.org.uk or call us on +44 (0)303 123 7323

>> Download a copy of leaflet – tab here

The Winter’s Tale By William Shakespeare – Cheek by Jowl

Date: April 21, 2017

Time: 7:30pm

Location: Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

The Winter’s Tale

Captioned performance

Recently awarded the Golden Lion of Venice for his ability to bring classic works to life for a contemporary audience, Declan Donnellan directs a revelatory Winter’s Tale that is ‘as intoxicating as a summer night’ (Les Echos).

Shakespeare tears apart nearly every rule of theatre. Low comedy interrupts high tragedy, kings jostle with thieves, and the stage is invaded by clowns, a princess, a bear and Time herself, who announces a sixteen-year interval.

Vitalised by storytelling of sparkling clarity, this production by Barbican Artistic Associate Cheek by Jowl features Orlando James as Leontes, his insidious descent into delusion and darkness giving way to light as joy is born.

Duration: 2 hours 45 mins/including an interval

Age guidance: 14+

Ticket and theatre information – tab here

Email enquiry: tickets@barbican.org.uk

Toneelgroep Amsterdam: After the Rehearsal/Persona

Start date: September 20, 2017

End date: September 30, 2017

Time: 7:45pm

Location: Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS

After the Rehearsal/Persona

Performed in Dutch with English subtitles

Two Bergman screenplays are reimagined for the stage in a double bill about the chaotic lives of theatre people, exposing the fine line between art and reality, illness and normality.

After the Rehearsal: For Hendrik Vogler, a director obsessed by his work, rehearsals are like notes in his diary, performances his autobiography. Everything is subject to his control yet it soon becomes apparent that life cannot be kept at bay when ex lover Rachel and Anna, her daughter and his current star, breach his sanctum.

Persona: Celebrated actress Elisabeth Vogler falls mute and retreats into silence. It’s as though a short circuit has occurred, calling into question the roles she must play. She is cared for in hospital by nurse Alma who then accompanies her to an island summerhouse in an attempt to coax her into speaking again. Tension between the two builds.

Having recently directed illuminating versions of the classics at the Barbican, including Antigone and Kings of War, Ivo van Hove presents uncompromising, intimate human drama. Counting Bergman among his favourite filmmakers because he shows us ‘in all our inimitable complexity,’ he directs four actors from his Dutch ensemble on a set that transforms from the sparse to the scenically breathtaking.

After the Rehearsal/Persona is one of three Toneelgroep Amsterdam productions directed here by Ivo van Hove in 2017. See Roman Tragedies in March and Obsession in April

Duration: 2 hours 50 mins/including an interval

Age guidance: 14+

Ticket and theatre information – tab here

Email enquiry: tickets@barbican.org.uk

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