This December, join us for an epic journey to the icy palace of
The Snow Queen
When young Kai is snatched from his home by the beautiful, cruel Snow Queen, his best friend, Gerda sets out on an epic journey to rescue him. Along the way, she encounters a series of strangers to whom she tells her tale. Charmed by Gerda's story and her innocence, each of them offers to help her on her quest. Can Gerda and her new friends reach the Snow Queen's palace to release Kai from his icy prison and melt his frozen heart?
Following our hugely popular production of A Christmas Carol in 2019, we return to the Riverhouse Barn in Walton-on-Thames with this brand new adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s classic story, just in time for Christmas.
Saturday 18th December at 11am - Relaxed performance with BSL interpretation.
Tuesday 21st December at 4pm - BSL interpreted performance.
Relaxed performances are adapted in a number of ways to reduce anxiety and create a supportive atmosphere. Relaxed performances can provide an opportunity for people with autism spectrum conditions, learning disabilities, or other sensory and communication needs to access theatre in a relaxed environment.
A BSL interpreted performance has an interpreter standing in a visible position, who will be interpreting the spoken and heard elements of the performance into British Sign Language.