Events

Wolverhampton Grand BSL interpreted or Captioned Performances

Start date: January 1, 2018

End date: January 31, 2019

Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, WV1 1DE

Start date: Jan 2018 – Jan 2019
Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Website: www.grandtheatre.co.uk

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have a variety of accessible performances scheduled for 2018 including, BSL Interpreted performances of Blood Brothers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Awful Auntie and 2018/19 Pantomine Sleeping Beauty. We also have Captioned performances of Touring Consortium’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and our in-house production Ladies Day.

For a full list of performances please visit – www.grandtheatre.co.uk/access/accessibleperformances/

All accessible performances have seats held off for our access users. These seats can be reserved via email on sueh@grandtheatre.co.uk or booked via our Box Office on 01902 42 92 12. You can purchase all other seats for our accessible performances via our website.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside Academy 2018

Start date: January 11, 2018

End date: December 20, 2018

Time: 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Location: Crossway, London

Summerside Academy logoSIGNATURE LEVEL 2 – This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be soon. The course starts on 11th January – 20th December 2018.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

COURSE TIMES: Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

COURSE FEE: £650.00 (£325.00 cons) this price includes exams.

COURSE WEB-PAGE: More details – tap here

Course application form: Tap here to download (MS Word)

Address:
Summerside Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.
Telephone: 020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Start date: June 27, 2018

End date: June 26, 2019

Location: The National Theatre

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Venue: The National Theatre, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PX
Price: £16 (plus companion at same price) or £15 for Travelex shows (plus companion at same price)
Book online: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk (captioned-performances)

Each season we have at least two captioned performances of every production at the National Theatre. This season includes: Pinocchio, Follies, Jane Eyre and Angels in America, to name a few. To find out more about what we have on for you this season visit: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/access

  • Free synopsis available to all bookers
  • Infrared audio headsets and personal neck loops available
  • Script-lending service
  • Assistance dogs are welcome and can be taken into the auditoriums
  • Contego wireless audio amplification available on Backstage Tours
  • Free parking in the NT car park for Blue Badge holder attending performances

>> More information and book your tickets – tap here

Wolverhampton Grand BSL interpreted or Captioned Performances

Start date: January 1, 2018

End date: January 31, 2019

Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, WV1 1DE

Start date: Jan 2018 – Jan 2019
Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Website: www.grandtheatre.co.uk

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have a variety of accessible performances scheduled for 2018 including, BSL Interpreted performances of Blood Brothers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Awful Auntie and 2018/19 Pantomine Sleeping Beauty. We also have Captioned performances of Touring Consortium’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and our in-house production Ladies Day.

For a full list of performances please visit – www.grandtheatre.co.uk/access/accessibleperformances/

All accessible performances have seats held off for our access users. These seats can be reserved via email on sueh@grandtheatre.co.uk or booked via our Box Office on 01902 42 92 12. You can purchase all other seats for our accessible performances via our website.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside Academy 2018

Start date: January 11, 2018

End date: December 20, 2018

Time: 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Location: Crossway, London

Summerside Academy logoSIGNATURE LEVEL 2 – This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be soon. The course starts on 11th January – 20th December 2018.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

COURSE TIMES: Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

COURSE FEE: £650.00 (£325.00 cons) this price includes exams.

COURSE WEB-PAGE: More details – tap here

Course application form: Tap here to download (MS Word)

Address:
Summerside Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.
Telephone: 020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

Flowers for Mrs Harris

Start date: September 8, 2018

End date: September 29, 2018

Time: 2:30pm

Location: Chichester Festival Theatre

Date: 8 – 29 September
Time: 20/09/18 (Signed), 29/09/18 (Captioned) 2:30pm
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester PO19 6AP
Price: From £10
More info & Booking – tap on this link

Ada Harris spends her days dusting, darning, polishing and scrubbing. But her first glimpse of a ravishing Christian Dior dress sets her off on a journey that will change her life forever…

From the cobbled streets of post-war London to the shimmering avenues of Paris, Ada transforms the lives of everyone she meets along the way; but can she let go of the past and finally allow her own life to blossom?

This new musical, directed by Daniel Evans, captures the glowing humanity of the novella by Paul Gallico on which it is based. The production began in Sheffield, where it won three UK Theatre Awards including Best Musical.

Richard Taylor is a composer and lyricist for stage, opera and television, whose work includes Beauty and the Beast (CFYT 2017) and The Go-Between (West End). Rachel Wagstaff adapted Sebastian Faulks’s novel Birdsong for the West End.

Clare Burt recreates her award-winning performance as Mrs Harris; her work includes London Road and Sunday in the Park with George (National Theatre) and Big Fish (West End).

Joanna Riding returns to Chichester following The Pajama Game (Festival 2013 and West End), while Gary Wilmot makes a welcome Festival debut.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

Start date: September 10, 2018

End date: July 18, 2019

Location: Summerside School

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

SIGNATURE Level 1

This basic course is for anyone interested in communication with Deaf people. It is particularly useful for anyone with Deaf friends, relatives, neighbors or colleagues. You will begin to recognise and use a range of signs which will be enough for you to engage in simple conversations and inspire you to learn more! We have courses for level 1 starting on Monday 10th September – 17th July 2019

Course Times:

  • Monday 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Tuesday 4.45pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£400.00 (£250.00 conc.) this price includes exams. Please pay in full to secure your place. If you entitled to pay concession prices please photocopy and send proof of evidence.

 

SIGNATURE LEVEL 2

This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be held on Monday afternoon 4th or 5th September and on Thursday 6th September 2018. The course starts on Thursday 13th September – 18th July 2019.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

Course Times:

  • Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£660.00 (£350.00 cons) this price includes exams.

Summerside Primary Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.

Telephone:
020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

Road

Start date: September 14, 2018

End date: September 29, 2018

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Road

THIS IS OUR ROAD! BUT TONIGHT IT’S YOUR ROAD AN’ ALL!

Grab your coat, grab your bag and join us to roll in the gutter and dance under the glitter ball. On an unnamed Northern street, our drunken tour guide Scullery stumbles through living rooms, over cobbles and past lives. Through one raucous night, we meet the many bold, browbeaten and brave residents of this forgotten road. Jim Cartwright’s brutally poetic masterpiece blazed on to stages in 1987, giving a spirited voice to abandoned Northern communities in austerity Britain. This seminal play remains as powerful, resonant and jubilant now as it did then.

4.48 Psychosis

Start date: September 18, 2018

End date: October 13, 2018

Time: 7.30pm Tues – Sats/3pm Sat Matinees

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis by Deafinitely Theatre [BSL and Captioned]

Date: 18 sept – 13 Oct (Tues-Sats) Whole Run is in BSL.Captioned Performance Wed 3 October
Time: 7.30pm Tues – Sats, 3pm Sat Matinees
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15, £10 (Deaf Patrons)
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/448-psychosis

Sarah Kane’s searing, final play in a ground-breaking new production from Deafinitely Theatre.

Award-winning Deafinitely Theatre bring its celebrated bilingual approach to Sarah Kane’s lyrical and haunting final play about mental health.

Directed by Paula Garfield, 4.48 Psychosis is performed in British Sign Language and spoken English for the very first time.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

Free RBSA Gallery BSL Tour with Olivier Jamin

Date: September 26, 2018

Time: 2-3pm

Location: Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA)

Free RBSA Gallery BSL Tour with Olivier Jamin

Join us for a guided tour of our heritage exhibition!

Putting on a show: RBSA Curators from 1900-2018 celebrate the role of RBSA Honorary Curators through a display of their original artwork from the RBSA Collection.

This tour is FREE and open to everyone.
Deaf artist Olivier Jamin, a BSL interpreter, and Brendan Flynn will provide information about the artworks on display.

To book: call 0121 236 4353 or email natalie@rbsa.org.uk

This event has been funded by the West Midlands Museum Development Fund.

Read RBSA’s Disabled Access Guide here: http://www.rbsa.org.uk/whats-on/disabled-access-guide/

Alan Fielden with JAMS: Marathon

Start date: September 26, 2018

End date: September 27, 2018

Time: 7:45pm

Location: The Pit, Barbican Centre

Date: Wed 26 Sep – BSL-interpreted performance, Thu 27 Sep – Relaxed performance
Time: 7:45pm
Venue: The Pit, Barbican Centre
More info & Booking link: www.barbican.org.uk

This is theatre for a generation engulfed by the fog of information in the digital age, where the storytelling is disrupted, never fully taking shape, as our narrators try to recall an event.

A man on the front line of a conflict between two countries is told by his general to relay a message to the king: ‘we’ve lost the war, the enemy is coming.’ The journey he takes and the people he meets along the way lead him to question his faith in the mission.

Marathon is less about the Greek myth and more about the performers onstage struggling to re-enact the play they’ve created of the same name. Under a kind of collective amnesia, they experiment with form, style, live music and pyrotechnics to evoke the sense of confusion felt by many in our times. JAMS are a group of young, international artists intent on creating unpredictable and collaborative theatre.

1 hour 10 minutes/no interval
Age guidance 14+

 

Presented and co-produced by the Barbican

Better off dead

Date: September 27, 2018

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Stephen Joseph Theatre, North Yorkshire

Price: from £10
Date:
 Thursday 27 September at 7.00pm
Venue: Stephen Joseph Theatre, Westborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO11 1JW

Open captioned performances

Alan Ayckbourn’s latest play is a comedy of confusion about an angry old man who might not be so angry after all.

Larger than life and highly irascible author Algy Waterbridge is hard at work on his 33rd crime novel featuring blunt Yorkshire cop DCI Tommy Middlebrass. But it’s been a while since Tommy was on the TV, Algy’s wife is getting frighteningly forgetful and his adoring PA sometimes oversteps the mark. With constant interruptions, it’s almost the last straw when old acquaintance Gus Crewe turns up to interview him for the press with alarming consequences.

But as Algy’s fictional character takes him over and real people introduce themselves into the dramatic climax of his novel, the lines become blurred and it might just be that fiction, misunderstandings and mistaken identity are closer to the truth than they seem.

Alan Ayckbourn’s latest play is a comedy of confusion about an angry old man who might not be so angry after all.

“He is writing and directing with as much wit, insight, originality and mischief as ever, still surprising, still setting himself theatrical puzzles, still so spot-on about the arts, education, marriage, romance, loss and life’s vicissitudes for men and women, but now with added reflection and humane sagacity.”
The Press (York)

>> More information and book your tickets – tap here

Wolverhampton Grand BSL interpreted or Captioned Performances

Start date: January 1, 2018

End date: January 31, 2019

Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, WV1 1DE

Start date: Jan 2018 – Jan 2019
Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Website: www.grandtheatre.co.uk

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have a variety of accessible performances scheduled for 2018 including, BSL Interpreted performances of Blood Brothers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Awful Auntie and 2018/19 Pantomine Sleeping Beauty. We also have Captioned performances of Touring Consortium’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and our in-house production Ladies Day.

For a full list of performances please visit – www.grandtheatre.co.uk/access/accessibleperformances/

All accessible performances have seats held off for our access users. These seats can be reserved via email on sueh@grandtheatre.co.uk or booked via our Box Office on 01902 42 92 12. You can purchase all other seats for our accessible performances via our website.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside Academy 2018

Start date: January 11, 2018

End date: December 20, 2018

Time: 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Location: Crossway, London

Summerside Academy logoSIGNATURE LEVEL 2 – This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be soon. The course starts on 11th January – 20th December 2018.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

COURSE TIMES: Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

COURSE FEE: £650.00 (£325.00 cons) this price includes exams.

COURSE WEB-PAGE: More details – tap here

Course application form: Tap here to download (MS Word)

Address:
Summerside Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.
Telephone: 020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Start date: June 27, 2018

End date: June 26, 2019

Location: The National Theatre

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Venue: The National Theatre, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PX
Price: £16 (plus companion at same price) or £15 for Travelex shows (plus companion at same price)
Book online: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk (captioned-performances)

Each season we have at least two captioned performances of every production at the National Theatre. This season includes: Pinocchio, Follies, Jane Eyre and Angels in America, to name a few. To find out more about what we have on for you this season visit: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/access

  • Free synopsis available to all bookers
  • Infrared audio headsets and personal neck loops available
  • Script-lending service
  • Assistance dogs are welcome and can be taken into the auditoriums
  • Contego wireless audio amplification available on Backstage Tours
  • Free parking in the NT car park for Blue Badge holder attending performances

>> More information and book your tickets – tap here

4.48 Psychosis

Start date: September 18, 2018

End date: October 13, 2018

Time: 7.30pm Tues – Sats/3pm Sat Matinees

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis by Deafinitely Theatre [BSL and Captioned]

Date: 18 sept – 13 Oct (Tues-Sats) Whole Run is in BSL.Captioned Performance Wed 3 October
Time: 7.30pm Tues – Sats, 3pm Sat Matinees
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15, £10 (Deaf Patrons)
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/448-psychosis

Sarah Kane’s searing, final play in a ground-breaking new production from Deafinitely Theatre.

Award-winning Deafinitely Theatre bring its celebrated bilingual approach to Sarah Kane’s lyrical and haunting final play about mental health.

Directed by Paula Garfield, 4.48 Psychosis is performed in British Sign Language and spoken English for the very first time.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

The Other Place

Start date: October 12, 2018

End date: October 20, 2018

Time: 19.30

Location: Park Theatre, Park200

Date: Fri 12th Oct
Time: 19.30
Venue: Park Theatre, Park200
Price: Standard £18.50 – £32.50, Concessions £16.50 – £23.50. Essential Companions go free

More info & Booking link: https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/the-other-place/access

A Park Theatre and Theatre by the Lake co-production and UK Premiere in association with Abinger Productions The Other Place written by Sharr White. Directed by Claire van Kampen

Cast includes Karen Archer. Production Supported by Park Theatre’s Producers Circle

Confident, intelligent and highly successful neurologist Juliana Smithton is at the top of her game. But while delivering a lecture to a roomful of doctors, she’s interrupted by a series of disturbing events…

With her husband filing for divorce and her health in the balance, Juliana’s life suddenly starts unravelling. As details emerge of a ten-year old mystery, fact blurs with fiction, the past collides with the present, secrets are spilled and slowly the elusive and shocking truth is revealed.

Nothing is at it seems in the UK Premiere of Sharr White’s brilliantly crafted and emotionally charged psychological thriller.

Europe

Start date: October 12, 2018

End date: November 3, 2018

Time: Multiple Showings - See info

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Europe

AN EMPTY RAILWAY STATION IN AN UNNAMED BORDER TOWN, AT THE HEART OF EUROPE.

Trains from every corner of the continent thunder through without ever stopping but what happens to the people left behind? Written at the height of the Balkan war, the last major conflict on European soil, David Greig’s 1994 play has achieved the status of a modern classic. Locals and ‘foreigners’ collide as people passing through mix with those who’ve always been there. In a fading town people struggle to find purpose, but humour, beauty and humanity remain in the power of human connection and friendship. As our own relationship with the rest of our continent becomes more and more politicised, Europe asks us to interrogate our sense of belonging to a place and an idea which we are at the heart of and simultaneously separating ourselves from.

The Midnight Gang

Start date: October 13, 2018

End date: November 3, 2018

Time: 2pm

Location: Chichester Festival Theatre

Date: 13 October – 3 November
Time: 03/11/18 (Captioned) 2pm
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester PO19 6AP
Price: From £10
More info & Booking – tap on this link

A bang on the head during a cricket match at his boarding school has landed twelve-year-old Tom in the children’s ward of the spooky Lord Funt Hospital.

Luckily, he’s not on his own with the child-hating Matron and the scary-looking Porter. George, Amber, Robin and Sally are in there too, and they’re not taking things lying down. When the lights go out and the clock strikes twelve, they’re off. But will they let new boy Tom join their forbidden midnight adventures through the hospital’s labyrinthine realm?

This inventive tale of fun, friendship and the importance of kindness is adapted from David Walliams’s biggest selling children’s book of 2016.

This new stage version is by Bryony Lavery, whose adaptations include Chichester’s hit family shows The Hundred and One Dalmatians (2014) and A Christmas Carol (2015), with music and lyrics by renowned musician and composer Joe Stilgoe (The Jungle Book, 2017).

Director Dale Rooks’s production of Michael Morpurgo’s Running Wild (Festival 2015) won the UK Theatre Award for Best Show for Children and Young People; she later co-directed the play for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and a UK tour.

Age Guidance 7+

Kukunor Kalahari – The McCarthy

Date: October 15, 2018

Time: 7.45pm

Location: The McCarthy Theatre

Kukunor Kalahari – The McCarthy

“There is no road to walk for the one who seeks beauty, no ground to wander for that which preaches love. There is nothing but the border.”

Meet Hari and Nor: two guards who have found themselves stationed on opposite sides of the border for six years. In spite of their lingual and cultural differences, Hari and Nor have learned the means to communicate with one another.

Set on the border of two countries at war, Kukunor/Kalahari questions the possibility of making contact with another person despite restriction, whilst dealing with the traumatic realities of war through the world of dreams: represented by the poems of Lauri Viita.

With the same role portrayed by both a hearing actor as well as by a sign language actor, step into the world of Hari and Nor to discover where the limitations of a person’s spirituality, physicality, reality and imagination truly lie.


Kukunor/Kalahari is a Creative Europe project funded by the European Union, presented in both English and British Sign Language.

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True

Start date: October 16, 2018

End date: November 10, 2018

Time: 7.30pm

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

It’s True, It’s True, It’s True by Breach Theatre Company [Captioned Performance]

Date: 25th October 2018
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/its-true-its-true-its-true

 

Fringe First and Total Theatre Award-winning Breach (Tank, The Beanfield) restage the 1612 trial of Agostino Tassi for the rape of baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi.

Based on surviving court transcripts, this new play dramatises the seven-month trial that gripped Renaissance Rome, and asks how much has changed in the last four centuries.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

Bullet Hole

Start date: October 26, 2018

End date: October 27, 2018

Time: 19.45

Location: Park Theatre, Park90

Date: Fri 26th Oct
Time: 19.45
Venue: Park Theatre, Park90
Price: Standard – £18, Concessions – £16.50. Essential Companions go free

More info & Booking link:
https://www.parktheatre.co.uk/whats-on/bullet-hole/access

Freedom Tongues & Naiad Productions in association with Park Theatre present Bullet Hole
by Gloria Williams. Directed by Lara Genovese.

So I finally got my gift. Gifts are meant to be opened, right?’

Young Londoner Cleo was given her ‘gift’ at age seven – except that ‘gift’ left her with type 3 Female Genital Mutilation.

How can Cleo love her body, when her husband brutally sexually assaults her? Finding strength after this hideous act, Cleo resolves to go against her family’s wishes and seek reversal surgery. On her journey of healing, Cleo meets Eve, a fellow FGM victim who is instantly drawn to her…

A story of hope, love and human rights played by an all-female cast. Shortlisted for the Alfred Fagon Audience Award 2017.

Wolverhampton Grand BSL interpreted or Captioned Performances

Start date: January 1, 2018

End date: January 31, 2019

Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, WV1 1DE

Start date: Jan 2018 – Jan 2019
Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Website: www.grandtheatre.co.uk

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have a variety of accessible performances scheduled for 2018 including, BSL Interpreted performances of Blood Brothers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Awful Auntie and 2018/19 Pantomine Sleeping Beauty. We also have Captioned performances of Touring Consortium’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and our in-house production Ladies Day.

For a full list of performances please visit – www.grandtheatre.co.uk/access/accessibleperformances/

All accessible performances have seats held off for our access users. These seats can be reserved via email on sueh@grandtheatre.co.uk or booked via our Box Office on 01902 42 92 12. You can purchase all other seats for our accessible performances via our website.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside Academy 2018

Start date: January 11, 2018

End date: December 20, 2018

Time: 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Location: Crossway, London

Summerside Academy logoSIGNATURE LEVEL 2 – This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be soon. The course starts on 11th January – 20th December 2018.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

COURSE TIMES: Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

COURSE FEE: £650.00 (£325.00 cons) this price includes exams.

COURSE WEB-PAGE: More details – tap here

Course application form: Tap here to download (MS Word)

Address:
Summerside Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.
Telephone: 020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

Start date: September 10, 2018

End date: July 18, 2019

Location: Summerside School

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

SIGNATURE Level 1

This basic course is for anyone interested in communication with Deaf people. It is particularly useful for anyone with Deaf friends, relatives, neighbors or colleagues. You will begin to recognise and use a range of signs which will be enough for you to engage in simple conversations and inspire you to learn more! We have courses for level 1 starting on Monday 10th September – 17th July 2019

Course Times:

  • Monday 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Tuesday 4.45pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£400.00 (£250.00 conc.) this price includes exams. Please pay in full to secure your place. If you entitled to pay concession prices please photocopy and send proof of evidence.

 

SIGNATURE LEVEL 2

This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be held on Monday afternoon 4th or 5th September and on Thursday 6th September 2018. The course starts on Thursday 13th September – 18th July 2019.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

Course Times:

  • Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£660.00 (£350.00 cons) this price includes exams.

Summerside Primary Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.

Telephone:
020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

Europe

Start date: October 12, 2018

End date: November 3, 2018

Time: Multiple Showings - See info

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Europe

AN EMPTY RAILWAY STATION IN AN UNNAMED BORDER TOWN, AT THE HEART OF EUROPE.

Trains from every corner of the continent thunder through without ever stopping but what happens to the people left behind? Written at the height of the Balkan war, the last major conflict on European soil, David Greig’s 1994 play has achieved the status of a modern classic. Locals and ‘foreigners’ collide as people passing through mix with those who’ve always been there. In a fading town people struggle to find purpose, but humour, beauty and humanity remain in the power of human connection and friendship. As our own relationship with the rest of our continent becomes more and more politicised, Europe asks us to interrogate our sense of belonging to a place and an idea which we are at the heart of and simultaneously separating ourselves from.

General Police Uniform Image When: 2nd November 2018
Where: Manchester
Booking: bookings@zakon.co.uk

Zakon Training are running a workshop designed for interpreters covering police investigative interviewing techniques. The day, which will include inputs on both witness and suspect interviews, will finish with an interactive practical exercise covering topical issues drawn from live cases. This fully packed day will include time to network and will be facilitated by experienced police trained advanced interviewers with particular experience of working with interpreters, helping you to gain knowledge and confidence.

The venue is well located, easily accessible by car or public transport, the day will be held in bespoke conferencing facilities and includes a full and comprehensive catering package and FREE car parking. The hotel has a Spa and we have negotiated DISCOUNTED ROOMS (£75 inc Bed and Breakfast) WITH SPA ACCESS INCLUDED – WHY NOT MAKE A WEEKEND OUT OF IT!

The day offers outstanding value at £120, fully inclusive of VAT, food and beverages

EARLY BIRD PRICE is just £96 if booked by the 7th October on a strictly first come, first served basis

Certificates for CPD will be provided following the event

Please e-mail bookings@zakon.co.uk for a booking form or for further information.

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The Watsons

Start date: November 3, 2018

End date: December 1, 2018

Time: 7:45pm

Location: Chichester Festival Theatre

Date: 3 November – 1 December
Time: 23/11/18 (Captioned) 7:45pm
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester PO19 6AP
Price: From £20
More info & Booking – tap on this link

What happens when the writer loses the plot?

Emma Watson is nineteen and new in town. She’s been cut off by her rich aunt and dumped back in the family home. Emma and her sisters must marry, fast. If not, they face poverty, spinsterhood, or worse: an eternity with their boorish brother and his awful wife.

Luckily there are plenty of potential suitors to dance with, from flirtatious Tom Musgrave to castle-owning Lord Osborne, who’s as awkward as he is rich.

So far so familiar. But there’s a problem: Jane Austen didn’t finish the story. Who will write Emma’s happy ending now?

Based on her incomplete novel, this sparklingly witty play looks under the bonnet of Jane Austen and asks: what can characters do when their author abandons them?

Laura Wade’s hit play Posh transferred to the West End from the Royal Court, and then onto the big screen as The Riot Club. Recent work includes the adaptation of Tipping the Velvet (Lyric Hammersmith and Edinburgh); her play Home I’m Darling premieres at Theatr Clwyd and the National Theatre in 2018.

Samuel West returns to Chichester, where he has appeared in Young Chekhov and ENRON, and directed Three Women and A Piano Tuner (2004). He was Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres 2005-07, where he revived The Romans in Britain.

Royal Shakespeare Company: Macbeth

Date: November 14, 2018

Time: 7:15pm

Location: Barbican Theatre

Date: Wed 14 Nov – Audio-described and captioned performance
Time: 7:15pm
Venue: Barbican Theatre
More info & Booking link: www.barbican.org.uk

Christopher Eccleston makes his RSC debut in the title role of Shakespeare’s psychological thriller, opposite Niamh Cusack as Lady Macbeth and with Edward Bennett as Macduff.

Returning home from battle, the victorious Macbeth meets three witches on the heath. Driven by their disturbing prophecies, he sets out on the path to murder.

Polly Findlay’s contemporary production of this dark tragedy of power and revenge marks her return to the Barbican following her stunning staging of The Alchemist in 2016.

2 hours 13 mins/including an interval

Presented by the Barbican
The Royal Shakespeare Company is supported using public funding by Arts Council England
The RSC Acting Companies are generously supported by The Gatsby Charitable Foundation and The Kovner Foundation

A Christmas Carol

Start date: November 20, 2018

End date: January 13, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

A Christmas Carol

IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE IN VICTORIAN LEEDS, BUT THE COLD-HEARTED EBENEZER SCROOGE HASN’T AN OUNCE OF FESTIVE CHEER.

As the cold night draws in, four ghostly spirits take Ebenezer on a magical journey through his past, his present and his future, hoping to show him the error of his ways. With Christmas spirit, fun, music and magic at its heart, this timeless Charles Dickens tale is brought vividly to life.

A Leeds Playhouse production in association with Hull Truck Theatre.

Rock of Ages

Start date: November 20, 2018

End date: November 24, 2018

Time: Multiple Showings - See info

Location: The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Date: TUE 20 – SAT 24 NOVEMBER (Signed performance Wed 21 November 7.30pm)
Time: 7.30pm, Wed & Sat 2.30pm Matinees
Venue: The Orchard Theatre, Dartford
Price: Tickets £20.00 – £43.50

More info & Booking link: https://orchardtheatre.co.uk/Online/tickets-rockofages-dartford-2018

HERE WE GO AGAIN….!

THE SMASH HIT MUSICAL IS BACK IN THE UK.

Rock Of Ages is an LA love story lavished with over 25 classic rock anthems. Lose yourself in a city and a time where the Dreams are as big as the hair, and yes, they can come true!

This hilarious musical comedy will have you singing and laughing along with its epic songs, including We Built This City, The Final Countdown, Here I Go Again, Can’t Fight this Feeling and I Want To Know What Love Is, played loud and proud by an awesome live band.

Now a global smash with hit seasons on Broadway, London’s West End and Las Vegas and a star studded Hollywood movie version, we promise you a night of outrageous rock ‘n’ roll debauchery at the biggest party in town!

WARNING: CONTAINS SERIOUS ROCK ‘N’ ROLL DEBAUCHERY

Wolverhampton Grand BSL interpreted or Captioned Performances

Start date: January 1, 2018

End date: January 31, 2019

Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, WV1 1DE

Start date: Jan 2018 – Jan 2019
Location: Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Lichfield Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1DE
Website: www.grandtheatre.co.uk

The Wolverhampton Grand Theatre have a variety of accessible performances scheduled for 2018 including, BSL Interpreted performances of Blood Brothers, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jersey Boys, Awful Auntie and 2018/19 Pantomine Sleeping Beauty. We also have Captioned performances of Touring Consortium’s Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde and our in-house production Ladies Day.

For a full list of performances please visit – www.grandtheatre.co.uk/access/accessibleperformances/

All accessible performances have seats held off for our access users. These seats can be reserved via email on sueh@grandtheatre.co.uk or booked via our Box Office on 01902 42 92 12. You can purchase all other seats for our accessible performances via our website.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside Academy 2018

Start date: January 11, 2018

End date: December 20, 2018

Time: 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Location: Crossway, London

Summerside Academy logoSIGNATURE LEVEL 2 – This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be soon. The course starts on 11th January – 20th December 2018.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

COURSE TIMES: Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

COURSE FEE: £650.00 (£325.00 cons) this price includes exams.

COURSE WEB-PAGE: More details – tap here

Course application form: Tap here to download (MS Word)

Address:
Summerside Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.
Telephone: 020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Start date: June 27, 2018

End date: June 26, 2019

Location: The National Theatre

National Theatre Captioned Performances

Venue: The National Theatre, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9PX
Price: £16 (plus companion at same price) or £15 for Travelex shows (plus companion at same price)
Book online: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk (captioned-performances)

Each season we have at least two captioned performances of every production at the National Theatre. This season includes: Pinocchio, Follies, Jane Eyre and Angels in America, to name a few. To find out more about what we have on for you this season visit: www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/access

  • Free synopsis available to all bookers
  • Infrared audio headsets and personal neck loops available
  • Script-lending service
  • Assistance dogs are welcome and can be taken into the auditoriums
  • Contego wireless audio amplification available on Backstage Tours
  • Free parking in the NT car park for Blue Badge holder attending performances

>> More information and book your tickets – tap here

A Christmas Carol

Start date: November 20, 2018

End date: January 13, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

A Christmas Carol

IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE IN VICTORIAN LEEDS, BUT THE COLD-HEARTED EBENEZER SCROOGE HASN’T AN OUNCE OF FESTIVE CHEER.

As the cold night draws in, four ghostly spirits take Ebenezer on a magical journey through his past, his present and his future, hoping to show him the error of his ways. With Christmas spirit, fun, music and magic at its heart, this timeless Charles Dickens tale is brought vividly to life.

A Leeds Playhouse production in association with Hull Truck Theatre.

Transpose: The Future

Start date: December 6, 2018

End date: December 8, 2018

Time: 7:45pm

Location: The Pit, Barbican Centre

Date: 6–8 Dec – BSL-interpreted performance
Time: 7:45pm
Venue: The Pit, Barbican Centre
More info & Booking link: www.barbican.org.uk

A spirit of hopefulness characterises the third edition of Transpose at the Barbican, as trans voices come together to look to the future.

Featuring artists from across the generations collaborating in performances of opera, poetry, dance and electronica, this show considers what gender, identity and individuality might look like tomorrow – in a celebratory atmosphere.

Transpose is curated by CN Lester and directed by Kate O’Donnell, two of the trans community’s leading lights and multi-talented performers. In the words of CN, it’s a space in which ‘we can show you our vulnerabilities, our strengths, and – most of all – our authenticity.’

Transpose: The Future is part of our 2018 Season, The Art of Change, which explores how artists respond to, reflect and can potentially effect change in the social and political landscape. Find out more here.

1 hour 30 minutes/no interval
Age guidance 16+ (contains adult themes)

Alice in Wonderland

Start date: December 6, 2018

End date: December 30, 2018

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: The Round - Theatre

Alice in Wonderland

Relaxed performance: Fri 14 December, 11am
Open Captioned performance: Fr 28 December, 7pm
Signed (BSL) performance: Sat 29 December, 2pm

Once upon a time there was a little girl who ran free in the wilds of her imagination, meeting Cheshire Cats, Mad Hatters, White Rabbits and any amount of talking cards. Her Wonderland was real, and she’d never forget it.

Until she grew up and did.

This year, the team that brought you the smash hit Christmas shows A (Scarborough) Christmas Carol and Pinocchio invite you to Boyes on a crowded Christmas Eve, as Alice falls down the rabbit hole once again to find she’s still a child in Wonderland… but Wonderland has changed.

And not for the better.

Can she save her wonderful friends? Will she get back to her kids, who she left by a fire extinguisher near the stock room? And can you get decent phone reception at the Mad Hatter’s house?

Daft, exciting and filled with brilliant songs, Alice in Wonderland is a delight for all the family, and their rabbits.*

*The rabbit thing might not be true. Who knows what rabbits are into? Leave them behind.

“Warm, inventive, hilarious and utterly bonkers!!!”
The Scarborough News (on A (Scarborough) Christmas Carol)

Aladdin Pantomime

Start date: December 8, 2018

End date: December 30, 2018

Time: Multiple Showings - See info

Location: The Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Date: SAT 8 – SUN 30 DECEMBER (Signed performance Thu 13 December 7pm)
Time: Performance times vary from at 1pm, 2pm, 5pm and 7pm
Venue: The Orchard Theatre, Dartford
Price: Tickets £37, £34, £29,  £24, £18

More info & Booking link: https://orchardtheatre.co.uk/Online/kent-pantomime

With over 30,000 theatregoers attending pantomime at The Orchard Theatre each festive season it’s never too early to book!

Jump aboard a high-flying magical carpet headed for Dartford and make tickets for Aladdin one of your three wishes.

Next year’s spectacular Orchard Theatre pantomime is packed with all of the traditional ingredients audiences expect, Aladdin features laugh out loud comedy, stunning scenery, beautiful costumes and plenty of boos and hisses. Follow the evil sorcerer Abanazar, Aladdin, his brother Wishee Washee and, of course his mother Widow Twankey, on a spectacular adventure.

Expect flying carpets, a wish-granting genie, an evil sorcerer and a lamp-full of laughs, so book your magic carpet ride to old Peking to the magical pantomime Aladdin!

With generous discounts for groups, concessions and special rates for schools available for selected performances, you don’t want to miss out.

Sleeping Beauty – Chichester Festival Youth Theatre

Start date: December 15, 2018

End date: December 30, 2018

Time: 7:00pm

Location: Chichester Festival Theatre

Date: 15 – 30 December
Time: 20/12/18 (Signed) 7pm
Venue: Chichester Festival Theatre, Oaklands Park, Chichester PO19 6AP
Price: From £10
More info & Booking – tap on this link

A princess under a fairy’s curse pricks her finger on a spindle and sleeps for a hundred years, waiting to be woken by a prince’s kiss.

But hold on a moment. There’s a distinctly different slant to this story. The princess is beautiful and spirited but there are two princes and a lot of threatening thorns. As for the fairy who caused all the trouble in the first place – well, putting things right isn’t as simple as casting another spell.

Rufus Norris’s splendidly entertaining and mischievous version of the original fairy tale ventures beyond the usual ‘happy ever after’ ending with the prince and princess united. The course of true love never did run smooth – especially if your mother-in-law is an ogress with an unfortunate taste for human flesh…

Chichester Festival Youth Theatre are renowned for their wonderfully imaginative productions. They follow their five-star versions of Grimm Tales and Beauty and the Beast with a Sleeping Beauty that will keep you wide awake!

Rufus Norris’s version of Sleeping Beauty premiered at the Young Vic (2002). He is Director of the National Theatre.

Director Lucy Betts was formerly Head of Performance at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, where her many productions included The Wizard of Oz, Oliver! and James and the Giant Peach.

Age Guidance 7+

Royal Shakespeare Company: The Merry Wives of Windsor

Date: December 18, 2018

Time: 7:15pm

Location: Barbican Theatre

Date: Tue 18 Dec – Audio-described and captioned performance
Time: 7:15pm
Venue: Barbican Theatre
More info & Booking link: www.barbican.org.uk

There’s more than a hint of reality TV to this modern production of Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy, directed by Fiona Laird.

Down on his luck in the suburbs, Sir John Falstaff plans to hustle his way to a comfortable retirement by seducing the wives of two wealthy men. Unknown to him, it’s the women of Windsor who really pull the strings, orchestrating his comeuppance amid a theatrical smorgasbord of petty rivalries, jealousies and over-inflated egos.

For a fat Englishman, a Welshman and a Frenchman, the only way is Windsor… RSC Associate Artist David Troughton takes on the role of Sir John following his masterful performance in Titus Andronicus last year.

Presented by the Barbican
The Royal Shakespeare Company is supported using public funding by Arts Council England
The RSC Acting Companies are generously supported by The Gatsby Charitable Foundation and The Kovner Foundation

Circa: Wolfgang’s Magical Musical Circus

Date: December 19, 2018

Time: 11:00am

Location: The Pit, Barbican Centre

Date: Wed 19 Dec
Time: 11am
Venue: The Pit, Barbican Centre
More info & Booking link: www.barbican.org.uk

Straight from the score and onto the stage, the man known as Mozart appears amid a storm of powder, tumbling and twirling, as musical mayhem and movement fuse in this family show with a circus twist.

To those who know him, he is Wolfgang, the dart-playing, pun-loving ratbag. To those who are watching and listening, he is the wigged genius Mozart. Come discover his irrepressible spirit as he rediscovers his own vibrant compositions, the notes lifting off the page through the physical comedy and mischievous antics of diving and swooping acrobats.

Designed to amaze people from the age of three and upwards, Wolfgang reinvents the composer’s magical music in a skilful and illuminating show featuring two of Circa’s dexterous daredevil artists. Joined onstage by a musician, they initiate audience participation with the wave of a conductor’s baton. Since 2010, the Australian ensemble ‘at the forefront of contemporary circus’ (Guardian) have presented five hit productions here under Artistic Director Yaron Lifschitz.

50 minutes/no interval
Age guidance 3+

Relaxed performance

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

Start date: September 10, 2018

End date: July 18, 2019

Location: Summerside School

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

SIGNATURE Level 1

This basic course is for anyone interested in communication with Deaf people. It is particularly useful for anyone with Deaf friends, relatives, neighbors or colleagues. You will begin to recognise and use a range of signs which will be enough for you to engage in simple conversations and inspire you to learn more! We have courses for level 1 starting on Monday 10th September – 17th July 2019

Course Times:

  • Monday 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Tuesday 4.45pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£400.00 (£250.00 conc.) this price includes exams. Please pay in full to secure your place. If you entitled to pay concession prices please photocopy and send proof of evidence.

 

SIGNATURE LEVEL 2

This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be held on Monday afternoon 4th or 5th September and on Thursday 6th September 2018. The course starts on Thursday 13th September – 18th July 2019.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

Course Times:

  • Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£660.00 (£350.00 cons) this price includes exams.

Summerside Primary Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.

Telephone:
020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

A Christmas Carol

Start date: November 20, 2018

End date: January 13, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

A Christmas Carol

IT’S CHRISTMAS EVE IN VICTORIAN LEEDS, BUT THE COLD-HEARTED EBENEZER SCROOGE HASN’T AN OUNCE OF FESTIVE CHEER.

As the cold night draws in, four ghostly spirits take Ebenezer on a magical journey through his past, his present and his future, hoping to show him the error of his ways. With Christmas spirit, fun, music and magic at its heart, this timeless Charles Dickens tale is brought vividly to life.

A Leeds Playhouse production in association with Hull Truck Theatre.

The War Of The Worlds

Start date: January 8, 2019

End date: February 9, 2019

Time: 7.30pm

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

The War Of The Worlds by Rhum and Clay Theatre company [Captioned Performance]

Date: 24th January 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/the-war-of-the-worlds

They believed that Martians landed in New Jersey. They believed a water tower was an alien war machine. They believed a man walked on the moon. They believed everything the internet trolls told them…

Written in collaboration with the playwright Isley Lynn and Inspired by Orson Welles’ famous radio broadcast and H.G. Wells’ sci-fi novel, Rhum and Clay’s The War of the Worlds wrestles with the boundaries of truth in a thrilling broadcast of the end of the world.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

Random

Start date: February 4, 2019

End date: February 16, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Random

‘COME HOME.’
WHAT I THOUGHT WAS FROM MY MAN
IS FROM MY MUM.
‘COME HOME. NOW.’

An ordinary day in the ordinary life of an ordinary family. The clock blinks 7.37am, a rushed breakfast, and then off to join the hustle and bustle of the world outside. And then one random act changes everything. A bewildered family find themselves caught up in catastrophe and grief in this vivid, detailed and brilliantly observed play by debbie tucker green. An award-winning playwright, screenwriter and director, she is one of theatre’s most unique and acclaimed voices, and this play for one actor is a remarkable tour de force.

 

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

Start date: September 10, 2018

End date: July 18, 2019

Location: Summerside School

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

SIGNATURE Level 1

This basic course is for anyone interested in communication with Deaf people. It is particularly useful for anyone with Deaf friends, relatives, neighbors or colleagues. You will begin to recognise and use a range of signs which will be enough for you to engage in simple conversations and inspire you to learn more! We have courses for level 1 starting on Monday 10th September – 17th July 2019

Course Times:

  • Monday 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Tuesday 4.45pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£400.00 (£250.00 conc.) this price includes exams. Please pay in full to secure your place. If you entitled to pay concession prices please photocopy and send proof of evidence.

 

SIGNATURE LEVEL 2

This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be held on Monday afternoon 4th or 5th September and on Thursday 6th September 2018. The course starts on Thursday 13th September – 18th July 2019.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

Course Times:

  • Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£660.00 (£350.00 cons) this price includes exams.

Summerside Primary Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.

Telephone:
020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

Dinomania

Start date: February 19, 2019

End date: March 23, 2019

Time: 7.30pm

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

Dinomania by Kandinsky Theatre [Captioned Performance]

Date: Wednesday 6th March 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/dinomania

165 million years ago, an iguanodon is killed in the heart of a rainforest. Time passes, the rainforest becomes the South Downs, and every part of the iguanodon degrades and disappears – except one tooth.

197 years ago, in safe, affluent 1820s Sussex, a country doctor finds the tooth. But where does it fit in the story of an earth created by God just 6,000 years ago?

Kandinsky’s Dinomania is a story of scientific endeavour, bitter rivalry and terrible lizards.

This production is supported by Unity Theatre Trust. 

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

Hamlet

Start date: March 1, 2019

End date: March 30, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Hamlet

A YOUNG WOMAN RETURNS FROM UNIVERSITY TO ATTEND THE FUNERAL OF HER FATHER AND FINDS HER WORLD TURNED UPSIDE DOWN.

Consumed by grief and a promise to avenge her father’s brutal murder, Hamlet embarks on a treacherous journey through an imperfect world, confronting love, loyalty, betrayal, madness and mortality. Following her extraordinary portrayal of Juliet in our recent, highly acclaimed production of Romeo & Juliet, Tessa Parr undertakes the title role to create a contemporary Hamlet for the here and now. Reunited with Director Amy Leach and Designer Hayley Grindle, this promises to be a vibrant, visceral production of one of the greatest plays in the English language.

Keep Watching

Start date: April 2, 2019

End date: May 4, 2019

Time: 7.30pm

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Credit Guy Sanders

Keep Watching by Engineer Theatre Collective [Captioned Performance]

Date: Thursday 18thApril, 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15
More info & booking:  www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/keep-watching

London is the most watched city in the world. CCTV catches us on every street corner, while cameras and microphones sit in our pockets.

What is private? Do we actually care?

Built around first-hand accounts from experts in the field of surveillance and observation, this is a story of watching and being watched.

Engineer’s previous show The Gap in the Light was shortlisted for BEST ENSEMBLE at the OffWestEnd Awards 2017. 

Run was nominated for BEST DIRECTOR and BEST ENSEMBLE at the OffWestEnd Awards 2016.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

Start date: September 10, 2018

End date: July 18, 2019

Location: Summerside School

British Sign Language Classes at Summerside School 2018/2019

SIGNATURE Level 1

This basic course is for anyone interested in communication with Deaf people. It is particularly useful for anyone with Deaf friends, relatives, neighbors or colleagues. You will begin to recognise and use a range of signs which will be enough for you to engage in simple conversations and inspire you to learn more! We have courses for level 1 starting on Monday 10th September – 17th July 2019

Course Times:

  • Monday 4.00pm – 6.00pm
  • Tuesday 4.45pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£400.00 (£250.00 conc.) this price includes exams. Please pay in full to secure your place. If you entitled to pay concession prices please photocopy and send proof of evidence.

 

SIGNATURE LEVEL 2

This intermediate course is aimed at people who have completed level 1 and want to extend their communication with Deaf people.

The course will enable learners to develop skills and abilities to achieve a level of competence for progression and further learning. Applicants for this course will have to attend an interview to assess their suitability. Interviews will be held on Monday afternoon 4th or 5th September and on Thursday 6th September 2018. The course starts on Thursday 13th September – 18th July 2019.

Cheques to be paid after interviews.

Course Times:

  • Thursday 4.00pm – 6.30pm

Course Fee:

£660.00 (£350.00 cons) this price includes exams.

Summerside Primary Academy,
Crossway,
London
N12 0QU.

Telephone:
020 8343 6184
Email: admin@summerside.barnet.sch.uk

Be My Baby

Start date: May 11, 2019

End date: June 1, 2019

Time: Various - See Advert

Location: Leeds Playhouse - Pop-Up Theatre

Be My Baby

IT’S 1964 AND THE RONETTES AND THE DIXIE CUPS ARE RIDING HIGH IN THE CHARTS.

19 year old Mary is seven months pregnant when her mother delivers her into the charge of St Saviours, a church run maternity home for young, unmarried women who have made ‘one mistake.’ As they bond over records and romance, Mary, Dolores, Queenie and Norma begin to understand what it means to give their children to the Welfare Service and Mary realises she must fight to take her baby home. Featuring pop music of the period Be My Baby is an incredibly moving story told with warmth and humour and is one of the most widely performed modern, British plays.

 

Operation Mincemeat

Start date: May 14, 2019

End date: June 15, 2019

Time: 7.30pm

Location: New Diorama Theatre

Operation Mincemeat by SpitLip [Captioned performance]

Date: Thursday 30th May 2019
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: 
New Diorama Theatre
Price: £15
More info & booking: www.newdiorama.com/whats-on/operation-mincemeat

The year is 1943 and we’re losing the war. Luckily, we’re about to gamble all our futures on a stolen corpse.

Operation Mincemeat is the fast-paced, hilarious and unbelievable true story of the twisted secret mission that won us World War II. The question is, how did a well-dressed corpse wrong-foot Hitler?

Operation Mincemeat is Singin’ In The Rain meets Strangers On A Train, Noel Fielding meets Noel Coward, in a new collaboration between three members of award winning Kill the Beast and glam-punk composer Felix Hagan.

New Diorama Theatre have an extensive programme of accessible performances scheduled for 2018/19, including BSL, Captioned and relaxed performances. See our website www.newdiorama.com for full listings.