Relaxed Performance: Lucy and The Lost Ones
Mon 27 Nov 2000
Children £7, Adults £10 (£7), Family £27
This page is for the relaxed performance of Lucy and the Lost Ones only. Booking information for all other performances can be found here >>
Our relaxed performances offer an informal environment where everyone can relax and enjoy the show without having to worry about making a noise or moving around. For audiences including, but not exclusive to, children and adults with an Autistic Spectrum Condition or learning disability.
SIGNED PEFORMANCE: A BSL sign language interpreted performance will also be available on Thu 21 Dec at 2pm.
We all had a fantastic time, and both our children thoroughly enjoyed themselves. I spent a lot of the performance just watching their faces because they were so animated and engaged! Being a relaxed performance definitely helped a great deal as well we felt under no pressure to make our son conform to the norms of theatre going, and having the actors introduce themselves at the start was a good way of demystifying the experience.
We know things dont always go to plan on the day, so weve set up an offer designed to take the pressure off. Book in advance and well refund you the cost of your tickets if you cant make the show on the day, or are unable to stay for the performance. Our only condition is that you ring us before the start of the performance if you cant make it.
You can find a visual story guide to Exeter Phoenix here >>
If you have any queries or specific requirements please email annaruth.peelcusson@localhost.
This is Lucy calling outer space, Lucy to outer space. Is anyone receiving me?
Lucy has always wanted to be a scientist. The kind of scientist that looks at the stars and has loads of really cool gadgets. Lucy already has a telescope of her own. She even has her own observatory (garden shed), and last Christmas she asked for a radio receiver (and a signed poster of Brian cox).
Every night, Lucy comes out to look at the stars and listen to the universe. And not very much happens… until one starry night, she hears something.
Something from outer space.
Following the highly praised Ernie and the Sea of Ice, Quirk and Exeter Phoenix return with an extra special production to celebrate 15 years of family Christmas shows.
Get ready for a hilarious, touching and thought provoking rollercoaster ride through the space-time continuum, featuring anoriginal soundtrack, a wonderfully imaginative set and Quirks well-honed sense of the ridiculous.
Quirk Theatre know perfectly how to create that magical blend of unmissable fun, laughter and audience participation
EXPRESS & ECHO