Past Event

A Boy and a Bear in a Boat - Touch tour

15 Feb 2016

Brighton Festival seeks to ensure that all of our audiences get the chance to enjoy every show as much as possible. For A Boy and a Bear in a Boat, we will provide a 'touch tour'. This is when visually impaired patrons have access to the stage and set before a performance as a way of firming up the descriptive information they may have already received - it provides them with extra detail to allow them to engage with the production.

This is a massive help for many audience members in helping them immerse themselves in the imaginary world presented on stage.

To find out more, or book tickets to the show click here

To book an accompanying Touch Tour alongside your ticket purchase please call our ticket office on 01273 709709 or email tickets@brightonfestival.org

The Montefiore Hospital and Gatwick Airport are helping us to make Brighton Dome & Brighton Festival more accessible for all. 

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