Tag: deaf

05
Jul

Meet the team

With only four days to go, check out the incredible cast of For Sense and find out more about our creative team.

You can still book tickets in advance, so click [here] to find out more.

 

FOR SENSE cast intro

 

 

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23
Jun

Rehearsals are underway

The first read through is in full swing…. we can’t wait to introduce you to our fantastic cast!

Don’t forget to book your tickets in advance for the show on 10th July, tickets start from £10 and all profits go straight to Sense – connecting sight, sound and lifehttps://www.theotherpalace.co.uk/whats-on/for-sense

FOR SENSE rehearsal LIPP

 FOR SENSE rehearsal LIPP

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21
Jun

For Sense heads to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new theatre

Check your inbox for this week’s newsletter from The Other Palace and click through to buy tickets to For Sense on Monday 10th July.
Tickets are £10-18 and will be donated to Sense – connecting sight, sound and life

Click here to book now: https://www.theotherpalace.co.uk/whats-on/for-sense

 

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13
Jun

Scripts at the ready…

It’s audition day here at AFOAF and we’ve met some incredibly talented people casting for #ForSense

Find out more and book your tickets here: https://t.co/ujiCThq67O

 

FOR SENSE BLOG news audition scripts Said Shed LIPP John Hamilton May JHM

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10
Jun

AFOAF team up with Sense for immersive fundraiser

In a  crowded room a hearing sighted person sees who is talking to them and hears what they are saying. A deaf person may use their vision to lip-read what others are saying. But if they lose their sight as well, how will they know someone is trying to communicate and what they are trying to say?

For one night only, The Other Palace hosts a unique performance of Said Shed, and the award winning Love in the Past Participle, written by John Hamilton May. This distinctive theatrical fundraiser for deafblind charity Sense features hearing impaired performers, and challenges audiences to experience theatre in an entirely new way.

1 in 7 people in the UK (9 million) are deaf or hard of hearing, and there are 1.86 million people in the UK with sight loss. Living without the ability to fully connect with your surroundings can be isolating, and those with sight or hearing loss can face challenges and fundamental restrictions on how they communicate with the world. For an estimated 250,000 deafblind people in the UK, lack of both sight and hearing is a daily struggle.

Our world is organised around hearing sighted people, and this can present many challenges to a person who is deafblind or has sensory impairments.

Together with director David Frias-Robles, A Friend of a Friend Productions returns to invite theatregoers to relinquish their sense of sight and sound at the door.

 

Find out more: http://www.afriendofafriendproductions.org/forsense/

 

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