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Mirror Mirror - mischievous, accessible adaptation of Snow White coming to Greenwich Theatre in February

Mirror Mirror which will be visiting Greenwich Theatre on Friday 22nd February 2019 at 2pm.

 

Mirror Mirror is a mischievous take on the ever-popular Snow White, a tale cherished by generations of children. Our new version combines lovable puppets, spirited storytelling and sign language.

To find out more about Mirror Mirror you can head over to our website; https://redearththeatre.com/shows/mirror-mirror/ or watch the BSL trailer; https://youtu.be/wlQ4bbV6N1l

All our shows are performed in: British Sign Language (BSL), Sign Supported English (SSE) and spoken English. Most shows, including Mirror Mirror, also feature creative captioning to enhance access.

Mirror Mirror is suitable for all the family from 5 yrs + , including children and adults with additional learning and communication needs.

 

Why not take a look at our Facebook: facebook.com/redearththeatre and Twitter: twitter.com/redearththeatre accounts where you'll find loads of content to share.

 

BUY TICKETS: https://www.greenwichtheatre.org.uk/events/mirror-mirror

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Deaf-accessible show for 3-8 year-olds, from our friends at the Deaf & Hearing Ensemble.

 

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How can a small sheep become a big orange balloon?

With a lot of imagination and determination - anything is possible!

 

Mathilda is a little grey sheep in a little grey world. Her herd is content to munch clovers, but Mathilda’s mind is full of questions.

When an orange balloon makes a surprise appearance on the farm, Mathilda discovers there is more to who she is than being a grey sheep!


As she explores what it means to be orange, Mathilda leads us on a journey of self-discovery and the joy of self-expression.


With a diverse cast of Deaf and hearing actors, Mathilda’s tactile, fully realised world is welcoming and fully accessible to children who are deaf and those who aren't,

through the use of spoken English, sign language, and creative captions and animation.

The play is based on a popular children's book by Randal de Sève.

The show is suitable for children aged 3-8 and their families.

 

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Book tickets:
Saturday 16th Feb Greenwich and Lewisham Young People’s Theatre, London

 

 

Jo Pelly

Programmes Manager

Mousetrap Theatre Projects

 

33 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1D 7EH

Direct: 020 7632 4117 | Main: 020 7632 4111 | Fax 020 7632 4111

jo@mousetrap.org.uk | www.mousetrap.org.uk

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