A Chilled Performance of Shakespeare’s Venus and Adonis

by | Jul 21, 2017 | Events, News

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) is continuing to make its productions open to as many people as possible with the Company’s first Chilled Performance, as well as offering a range of tactile costume designs for visually impaired people to help bring a show to life.

The RSC’s Chilled Performance of Shakespeare’s poem Venus and Adonis, directed by RSC Artistic Director Gregory Doran, will see the Company take a more casual approach to noise and movement in the auditorium. The performance is ideal for anyone who feels more at ease knowing they can go in and out of the auditorium during the show which takes place on Tuesday, August 1 at 1.15pm in the Swan Theatre.

The RSC was also amongst the first to programme Relaxed Performances four years ago which are aimed at children and young people with autism, learning disabilities and sensory and communication disorders, or anyone who would benefit from a more relaxed environment. For further details Disabled Go