What's on in September?

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What's on in September?

Medicine, What Now?

Wellcome Collection, London, 10th September.

Scientific minds will ask what does medical research have in store for us in the future. Well, this permanent gallery event will definitely find the cure for your scientific needs. From taking a tour to watching animations, you will find medicine can be made simple and fun. The big question of future medical research will be concluded in detailed discussions and ‘creative workshops’ to make you think further.  BSL, Audio description and wheel chair access are all available for this exhibition.

Find out more about disabled access at Wellcome Collection on Euan’s Guide and read about the event here.

One Big Day

Peterborough Arena, Cambridgeshire, 3rd September 9am to 4pm. 

A great day out for all the family can be experienced at ‘One Big Day’ in Cambridgeshire. Cars, scooters, adaptations and Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles are all on display to ensure ‘worry free motoring with Motability’. Test driving these adapted vehicles is a great opportunity and you won’t leave driving-mad! Kids will love it too as a play area, face painting stall and the chance to meet Billy the Bear will all be there!

Find out more about disabled access at the Peterborough Arena and read about the event here.

Mary Poppins

Theatre Royal, Newcastle, 28th September 7.30pm.

(Captioned and Audio Described)

Everyone’s favourite nanny has been brought to life in this colourful award-winning musical! Adults will reminisce as children discover this heart-warming character from the 1964 Walt Disney movie. Memorable musical scores from the movie go hand-in-hand with this production and will soon get you singing along.       

Find out more and book about disabled access at Theatre Royal on Euan’s Guide and book tickets here.

Kubo and the Two Strings

Vue Cinema Omni Centre, Edinburgh, 9th of September.

(Captioned and Audio Described)

This fantasy/adventure animation tells the story of the hero Kubo and two companions, (Monkey and Beetle) fighting the evil spirit that Kubo has summoned accidentally. Gods and monsters are on the hit list of the day as Kubo battles these unworldly characters. Time will only tell if Kubo can save his family and secure his legacy. 

Find out more about disabled access at the Vue Cinema Omni Centre on Euan’s Guide and read about the feature film here.

Para-Swimming Talent Identification and Skills Festival for Disabled Swimmers

Basildon Sporting Village, Essex.

Sunday 18th September 2016: 6:00pm — 7:30pm (Registration: 5:30pm to 5:50pm)

Keen swimmer or new to disabled swimming? Basildon Sporting Village invites you to take the plunge and join them in this fun event. Meet new people whilst finding out how you can develop your skills in the pool. Keeping active should be important to everyone’s well-being so why not dive in and give it a go! Suitable for ages 5 years and over.   

Find out more about disabled access at the Basildon Sporting Village and read about the event here.


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