Open to everyone, these performances are particularly welcoming for audiences with an Autistic Spectrum Condition or a learning disability. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and moving around, and there may be small changes to light and sound effects. Visual Stories are also made available ahead of your visit to help familiarise you with the production.
Sat 4–Sun 19 May
An exhibition inspired by artist Nwando Ebizie’s rare neurological disorder, Visual Snow, and research into the neuroscience of perception and drawing on rituals of African origin.
Not strictly a 'relaxed performance', during Distorted Constellations a ground floor space in Lighthouse will be transformed into a sensory antechamber, designed with the needs of neurodivergent people in mind.
On Sat 18 May the exhibition will be accompanied by a performance Intimacy/Touch/Tingles, exploring Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response
My Left Right Foot: The Musical
Thu 16 May, 7.30pm
Irreverent, uplifting and provocative, this is a must-see for lovers of humorous musicals, from Birds of Paradise and National Theatre of Scotland
View and download the visual story
Groove Under the Sea
Sun 19 May, 10am, Ages 3–7
Structured around movement and adventure and played by professional jazz musicians, Groove Baby is not your average kiddie jam
View our guide to visiting Brighthelm
Another Star to Steer By
Sun 26 May, 11am, Age 6+
Join Maya on a magical journey as she sets sail on a voyage and begins searching for her own story out on the rolling waves
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