Open to the public
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about our community theatre projects, workshops, and touring shows - there's lots of opportunities to get involved!
Thursday 26th October, 11am & 2pm - The Red House Museum, Christchurch
Join us in the garden - if you dare! - for spooky tales and the fun of Halloween story-making. Come dressed up if you'd like. We'll be inside if the weather is cool or wet.
Limited spaces - Booking essential; this event is very popular!
Story Creation - September 2023
We need YOU! Help us create a new Cinderella Story - read all about it on our Winter page
Saturday 16th September - 10.30am-11.30am - St Barbes Museum, Lymington
Cinderella Stories will be part of this years Inspire Festival,
so come for a whole day of creative fun and live music
Saturday 16th September - 3.00pm-4.00pm - Rockbourne Roman Villa, Fordingbridge
Much more than 'Cinderella Stories' on this day, all tickets are valid for entry to Rockbourne Roman Villa for a whole year - what a bargain!
If you already have a Rockbourne ticket, just turn up - see you at the front!
Are we coming to your school or group?
We'll be performing with students at Eling Infant School, Waterside Primary School,
Hythe Primary School, Calmore Infants School and Fawley Infants School.
Performance for adults with disabilities at Romsey and Waterside Day Centre
Performances with disability Drama Clubs: Dazzarama Drama (Bournemouth) and
SCARF (New Milton)
November '23 to January '24
Save the date! Open to the public:
Monday 18th December, 10.30am - Sherborne
Monday 18th December, 3pm - Wareham
Tuesday 19th December, 10.30am - Black Cherry Theatre, Bournemouth
Tuesday 19th December, 2pm - St Barbes Museum, Lymington
Saturday 13th January, 11am - The Red House Museum, Christchurch
Saturday 20th January, 11am and 2pm - Breamore Village Hall, Fordingbridge
Tuesday 23rd January, 2pm - Elim Church Hall (accessible performance)
Wednesday 24th January, 2pm - Romsey & Waterside Day Centre (accessible performance)
Thursday 25th January, 2pm - Stour Connect Day Centre (accessible performance)
All performances include embedded sign language, and we have widget signs to borrow for non-verbal audience response.
You can also borrow large print scripts and a sensory/tactile bag at any performance.
Shows marked 'accessible performance' are especially suitable for adults with learning disabilities,
and will be a supportive, social, friendly environment for the disabled community to relax and enjoy theatre.