2065: Performance for PMLD Community
Thu 27th October 2022 - Fri 28th October 2022
27-28 Oct | A futuristic sensory extravaganza for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities
“Frozen Light’s clever design and energetic, likeable performances combine to create a delightful show for audiences with PMLD” The Stage **** (read full review)
About The Show
The year is 2065; the people are stifled under an oppressive regime made up of all-powerful corporations. We follow a group of rebels who live outside the system and believe things can change for the better.
How can they remind people of a time when things were different?
When they hoped not only to survive but to thrive?
Can they bring music back to a city where it is needed more than ever?
2065 is a futuristic sensory extravaganza for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
2065 Promo from Frozen Light on Vimeo.
Frozen Light are specialists in making sensory theatre for adult audiences with PMLD and this is their fifth touring production.
“The way the show is so carefully tailored to the audience’s needs provides a vital reminder
that theatre can accommodate everyone.”
The Stage ****
Tickets and Venue
The performances will take place in the Main Performance Hall (H014) of Plumstead Manor Community School. A floorplan of the school is available here.
Please only purchase tickets if you are booking on behalf of an individual with PMLD. Tickets are limited to 6 audience members (+ carers) per show. When booking tickets, please indicate how many carers will be attending - these tickets are free of charge.
Where is the show taking place?
Performances will take place in the Main Performance Hall at Plumstead Manor School, Old Mill Road, Plumstead, SE18 1QF
What is the performance space like?
The venue has disabled access, and the show is limited to 6 participants, leaving ample room for the audience and performers to be as comfortable as possible.
Is the venue accessible?
Plumstead Manor School has level and step free access, is wheelchair accessible and has two accessible bathrooms, including one with a shower (no hoist or bed).
Is there parking?
There is parking space in the front of the school car park for around four cars.
Is the venue accessible via public transport?
The nearest busstop is its plumstead common road/warwick terrace which is served by the 51, 53 and 291 routes.
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.