Accessible Events in November

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Accessible Events in November

Autumn is in full swing! Days are getting shorter and keeping warm is the first thought in most people’s minds. So, stay toasty this November with our top choices of accessible events that will keep you excited this fall!      

The Broons!

Kings Theatre, Edinburgh, November 3rd and 5th. All accessible performances times vary 

Get sentimental with everyone’s favourite Scottish characters as they come to life in this dramatic piece of comic history. Hailing from the famous Glebe street, this fictitious family will fill you with laughs and make you fall in love again with their individual personalities. Rob Drummond is the award winning playwright that brings the magic to the main stage with a Scottish soundtrack to bring a sweet sound to your ears.          

Find out more about disabled access at the King’s Theatre and book your tickets here.

Captain Fantastic

Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield. November 5-9th All performances are captioned and audio described so times will vary

Deep in the Washington State woods lives a father and his 6 children. Their interaction with the real world are brought to the stage in this comedic piece of drama. Life is then taken to the road in a family emergency and causes a make-or-break survival story.   

Find out more about disabled access at the Pomegranate Theatre and book tickets here.

A Tale of Two Cities

King’s Theatre, Edinburgh, November 9th and 12th. All accessible performance times vary

London and France are the two cities in question as you see them both interact and come to civic unrest. Based on the genius piece of prose by Charles Dickens in 1859. Love and sacrifice are put to the test within a tense French family in a ghastly period of French Revolution history. Oscar award winning Rachel Portman conducts the music ensemble in this dramatic production.

Find out more about disabled access at the King’s Theatre and book your tickets here.

Tower of London BSL Tour

London, November 19th 10.30 – 4.30pm. Suggested arrival time at the Welcome Centre is 10.15 and 1.45pm

History fans will love this screenshot in time as they discover the ins and outs of the infamous Tower of London. From the treatment of its prison. famous inhabitants and exhibition of the crown jewels, it will leave you in awe and wonder. History has never looked so magnificent and gore-ridden as within this historical palace.       

Find out more about disabled access on the Tower of London website and book your place here.

The Changing Face of Portraiture BSL Talk

National Gallery, London, Friday 25th November 6.30 – 7.30pm

4 centuries of portraiture by the highly esteemed Van Dyck are exhibited in this BSL talk. Contemporary painters owe homage to this legend that broke the boundaries of traditional painting. A fresh glance of how Dyck changed the canvass of painting techniques can be interpreted and soaked-in!  

Find out more about disabled access on the National Gallery and book your place here.

The Shawshank Redemption

Theatre Royal, Glasgow, November 26th. Touch tour 1.15pm and audio described 2.30pm

A tale of murder, injustice and friendship make this production a must-see for all that will know the play from the book and movie of the same name. Plans are being hatched by the main protagonist, Andy Dufresne, is put behind bars for murdering his girlfriend and her lover. Will Andy make it out alive with his consciousness intact?    

Find out more about disabled access at the Theatre Royal and book tickets here

The Changing Face of Portraiture BSL Talk

National Gallery, London. Friday 25th November 6.30 – 7.30pm

4 centuries of portraiture by the highly esteemed Van Dyck are exhibited in this BSL talk. Contemporary painters owe homage to this legend that broke the boundaries of traditional painting. A fresh glance of how Dyck changed the canvass of painting techniques can be interpreted and soaked-in!  

Find out more about disabled access on the National Gallery and book your place here.

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