people with learning difficulties
Wolf + Water are proud to present a reimagining of Shakespeare’s clasic tale “A Midsummer Nights Dream” set on the eve of world war 1.
Working with the “Many Directions” theatre company of adults with learning disabilities over the past year we are pleased to be performing as part of this years’
Barnstaple’s Fringe Theatre Festival
at the Queens Theatre Barnstaple. Box Office 01271 324242
Friday 22nd June 4pm
Star Wars Episode 4 1/2 The Last Hope.
Get Changed theatre company with Wolf + Water are proud to present a hilarious re-imagining of George Lucas’ classic adventure story.
Join us in a Galaxy far away (well, Okehampton) as our heroes battle the forces of Evil in a desperate bid to save civilisation. Can Luke rescue the Princess? Will Obi-Wan & Obi-Two defeat big Vader & little Vader? Is a Wookie a bear? How on earth will they blow up the Death Star on stage?
To find out the answers, use the force & join us in Okehampton on 13th & 14th April.
A group of young adults with learning difficulties that gathers together once a week to develop their drama skill and have fun, whilst doing so they develop their communication skills.
The group devised their own play about a haunted B&B that over a hectic weekend had many different and interesting visitors. The play proved that you are never too old to fall in love and get married.
Everyone involved really enjoyed it. We are currently working on a new production and the jungle book which will be shown in a theatre in Dawlish.
[center]get changed theatre company in assosiation with wolf + water arts co
invite you to
“the strange & extraordinary case of the circus of dreams”
a circus tale of murder, intrigue & the brooding easy listening horror of daniel o’donnell & his schemes to take over the world
come & join us at the circus where your dreams…& your nightmares…really can come true
the octagon theatre, okehampton college, mill road, okehampton, devon
friday 22nd february at 7.30 pm
Following on from our “Valuing People Team” film, this project has been training up 5 adults with learning difficulties to work with community organisations (such as the Police & Doctors) & businesses on awareness around the issues involved in the Valuing People Paper