Theatre of Possibility
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Theatre of Possibility
Share your voice and make meaning of the world around you through theatre. These workshops are for autistic children aged 12 -17. The aim is to inspire confidence through playful drama games and theatre skills – as well as having lots of fun!
In an inclusive, friendly and supportive space, these sessions will help you to share what is important in your world. During these three days over half-term, the group will come together work on a final creative piece that explores your questions, opinions and hopes for the future. It could be a short sketch, a mime, a piece of creative writing, or a movement piece.
Please note that we will be working as a group and are not able to guarantee one-to-one support for participants. If this would be important to you, you are welcome to bring someone to support you – just let us know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Age recommendation: 12-17
Price: £60 for 3 sessions
Session 1: 29 May – 10am-3pm
Session 2: 30 May – 10am-3pm
Session 3: 31 May – 10am-3pm
Bring a packed lunch and drink.
“Creativity gives my son the chance to express his thoughts and feelings and enjoy the use of language and art. He can be someone or something else using his imagination. Norwich Theatre offers him a unique opportunity to get out of the house and join other young people to have some fun in a safe environment where he is accepted.”
Nicki, Parent of Theatre of Possibility participant
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Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.
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