A play for young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
It’s the last night of Sam’s school holidays. He’s alone in the moonlit garden; high up in the tree he can hear the white peacock calling. But then a young girl appears from the nearby wood. Join us in the garden to find out what happens next! Dip your feet in the pond, lie under Sam’s favourite tree, and shelter from the storm in his den. Share the tingle of excitement of a first kiss, and discover something amazing about the white peacock.
White Peacock is performed for audiences of just six young people and six companions in a purpose-built micro-theatre, and offers a unique experience rich in action, colour, sound, touch and emotion.
Tickets are free of charge and allocated by Plymouth City Council’s Children’s Disability Team through Woodlands, Mill Ford and Cann Bridge schools as well as a number of young people’s groups. For further information please contact the Theatre Royal on 01752 230379
The production is for young people aged 11 and above with profound learning disabilities, including autism.