The Boy Who Climbed Into The Moon
Thu 01 Jan 1970
£10 (£7)* | Family £30 (2 adults & 2 children, or 1 adult & 3 children)
Relaxed performance: 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.
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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.
Some pretty odd ideas are floating around Pauls street. Theres Mabel, whose brother hides under a brown paper bag. And Clarence the poodle who thinks he can fly. But Paul has the oddest idea of all. He thinks that the moon is a big hole in the sky and hes going to climb into it…
Anythings possible in this warm and very funny story by David Almond, award-winning author of Skellig and My Dads A Birdman.
‘Childrens theatre doesnt come much better than this’
‘I laughed until I had hiccups’
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.