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Solar Bear Christmas Shows – Deaf Theatre Club
If you are deaf or hard of hearing, we want to make sure you can enjoy the best night out this Christmas! Come along to the Deaf Theatre Club and see a BSL interpreted performance, receive discounted tickets and be met by trained staff to help with your ticket collection and bar orders.

Our House

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow
Thursday 4th December 7pm
BSL interpreters: Catherine King and Yvonne Strain

Winner of the 2003 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, Our House is a touching tale of life and love, heartbreak and comedy, right and wrong, inspired by the music of popular band ‘Madness’. It’s Joe Casey’s sixteenth birthday and he’s treating his girlfriend Sarah to an evening in a posh apartment. The only problem is, they have to break in. when the police turn up, Joe has to decide: run away, or admit what he’s done. His choice will set the course of his life and love forever.

(Our House was first produced at the Cambridge Theatre, London on 28th October 2002. Produced by Tiger Aspect Productions, Ruper Lord, Andre Ptaszynski and Phil McIntyre in association with Madness. This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Josef Weinberger Ltd.)

A Christmas Carol

Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow
Friday 12th December 7pm
BSL interpreters: Catherine King and Yvonne Strain

“Ebeneezer Scrooge is known for being a mean old man who is determined not to let Christmas interfere with his miserable life. Unliked throughout the streets of London, he ignores any pleas for charity. But one Christmas Eve he receives some unexpected ghostly visitors who are determined to show him the true spirit of Christmas and the error of his ways. Suitable for 6+


MacRobert Arts Centre
Friday 19th December 7.30pm
BSL interpreters: Catherine King and Yvonne Strain

A brand new panto for Christmas 2014 written Johnny McKnight. Grab your boogie shoes, because this Xmas we guarantee that you will be dancing! Join the Twankey family in the town of Discotopia, where thew dancing never stops! Here lives widow Marge O’Reen Twankey, owner of the best launderette in town. Her oldest daughter, Aladdin, is wildly in love with Prince Jasper, but can love survive the grease stains? Suitable for 6+


Cumbernauld Theatre
Saturday 20th December 2.30 pm
BSL interpreters: Catherine King and Yvonne Strain

Experience the amazing adventure of Aladdin and his magic lamp. A spectacular and magical tale of secret genies, deep dark caves, hidden gold and of course a magic flying carpet! When market boy Aladdin falls in love with the beautiful Jasmine, there seems to be no way she will return his love, but with the help of the genie and good friends, who knows where love can take him….. A Christmas show suitable for all the family. Suitable for 6+


All tickets £5

This reduced price ticket is only available for the above events. We ask that you give us a few minutes of your time and the end to let us know what you thought. This helps us improve events in the future and to let other know about Deaf Theatre Club.

To book tickets for these events…..

Text 07900 852595
Or email solarbearaccess@me.com

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