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CANCELLED - Come Trot to Camelot - Immersive Half Day Fun in Wantage (A magical theatre experience for children/young people with SEND or complex health needs and their families)

The health of the children is of utmost importance so, sadly, the decision has been taken to cancel the Easter tour. Head2Head Theatre are working on the possibility of providing remote access to a video of their new production of 'Come Trot to Camelot' together…

The health of the children is of utmost importance so, sadly, the decision has been taken to cancel the Easter tour.

Head2Head Theatre are working on the possibility of providing remote access to a video of their new production of 'Come Trot to Camelot' together with a pack detailing how this may be viewed as an immersive show using household items.  Please contact Anni for more details:  anni@head2head theatre.co.uk  /  01372 278021  /  07519 747 290.

Half day immersive fun including Come Trot to Camelot (A magical theatre experience for children/young people with SEND or complex health needs & their families). 

This session is suitable for all children with SEND and their families with makaton signing, voice output communication aids and a sensory tent.

Bring a picnic and enjoy our lunchtime activities - sensory tent, craft and games.  A great chance to network and meet new people.  This half-day event includes an interactive, multi-sensory walkabout performance of 'Come Trot to Camelot'. Filled with fun songs, some makaton signing, sensory experiences, rhyme, rhythm, repetition, this is a theatrical event that is accessible for all the family.  We provide an advance pack and offer a familiarisation tour of the sets and multi-sensory props and characters of Come Trot to Camelot.  Free on-site parking.  Safe and secure venue. Wheelchair accessible. Accessible toilet facilities with hoist and changing bed. Small group sizes so pre-booking essential.  £6 per person (children and adults).

Show times - Monday 6th April:  2.00pm & Tuesday 7th April:  11.15am or 2.00pm.  12.45pm - 1.45pm on both days - bring a picnic and enjoy our lunchtime activities - sensory tent, craft & games.  A great chance to network and meet new people.

We provide an advance pack & offer a familiarisation tour of the sets & multi-sensory props & characters of ‘Come Trot to Camelot’.  the familiarisation session is free and on Monday 6th April (12noon to 1.45pm).  Contact us to book.

Free on-site parking.  Safe & secure venue.  Wheelchair accessible.  Accessible toilet facilities with hoist & changing bed.

Small group sizes so pre-booking essential.  £6 per person (children and adults)

Suitable for children/young people with PMLD, ASD, ADHD, Down's, SLCN, SPD, VI, HI, Complex Health Needs, SLD, MLD, ABI, neurodevelopmental disorders.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Anni Rhodes-Steere
Contact Position
Administrator
Telephone
01372278021
E-mail
anni@head2headtheatre.co.uk
Website
Head2Head Theatre website

Where to go

Name
Fitzwaryn School
Address
Denchworth Road
Wantage
Oxon
Postcode
OX12 9ET
Notes

Full accessible special school venue with on-site parking, hoist & changing bed facilities.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday 6th April (12.45pm-3.30pm) & Tuesday 7th April (2 sessions - 11.15am-1.45pm & 12:45-3.30pm)

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£6 Per session
Details

£6 per person (adults and children)

Free for under 2 year olds

Availability

Age Ranges
0-25+

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people

Notes

Suitable for children/young people with PMLD, ASD, ADHD, Down's, SLCN, SPD, VI, HI, Complex Health Needs, SLD, MLD, ABI, neurodevelopmental disorders, and their families

Supporting people with
Physical disability
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum Condition
Communication impairment

Last checked on 18/02/2020

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