Come along on a beautiful beast of a multi-sensory promenade, immersive performance experience made by a mixed community and professional cast.
Spectra is a performance project for people with learning disabilities that has been developed through a partnership between mac birmingham’s Next Generation programme, independent artist Kate DeRight, and Queen Alexandra College. The project aims to empower participants and develop them as creative leaders while making compelling performance experiences.
Taste, feel, see, smell and hear your way on a daring quest through Cannon Hill Park. With the help of Spectra’s intrepid guides, delve into adventure to seek your treasure and marvel at the delights that await you when you reach the Arena.
The event is on for two days Fri 17 Jun, 7pm | Sat 18 Jun, 12:30pm and 4pm | Tickets £8 (£6) | Cannon Hill Park & Outdoor Arena | All ages
Deal: Buy 10 tickets and get one free, plus it also noting that one-to-one carers get a free ticket with the purchase of a ticket for the disabled person they care for.
Spectra Arts in partnership with mac Birmingham and the mac is located in Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, opposite Edgbaston County Cricket Ground on Edgbaston Road (off A441 Pershore Road and A38 Bristol Road).
To book for the event go to: https://macbirmingham.co.uk/event/spectra-seek-find
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