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Sit-down theatre (panto)

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For children, young people and adults with PMLD, SLD, ASD, ADHD, complex health needs, Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment, SLCN, SPD
(and their families

11.15am or 2.00pm

Saturday 1st December ... Chatham (Kent)

Saturday 8th December ... Crowborough (East Sussex)

Sunday 9th December ... Great Bookham (Surrey)

Saturday 15th December ... Crawley (West Sussex)

Sunday 16th December ... Maidstone (Kent)

Other dates may be announced, subject to funding

Limited number of seats so pre-booking essential (see below)


"To see everyone including Parents and Carers having a great time in such a relaxed environment was fantastic."

[Sally Carmody, parent

Traditional pantomime tale that is accessible to all:
  • reduced dialogue
  • loads of sensory experiences
  • amusing sound effects and songs
  • role play & interaction opportunities
  • strong sense of sequence using rhyme, rhythm and repetition
  • brightly coloured sets with puppets, props and costumes that will stimulate and encourage participation
  • some signing and voice output communications aids
  • advance pack to familiarise participants with storyline, characters and songs (including widgit symbol story)
  • participants with visual and auditory impairments:  please contact us to discuss your requirements


  • On-site parking
  • Accessible toilet (The venues in Kent, West & East Sussex have hoist & changing bed facilities)
  • Secure sites
  • Running time:   70 minutes
  • Chill-out, sensory room
  • Taking photographs (please refer to information at foot of page)

  • £5 per person aged 2+
  • 11.15am or 2.00pm
01372 278021
07519 747 290

Music composition by Kayleigh Stratton:
Panto Dame Costumes by Julie King:

Supported by West Sussex, East Sussex, Kent, Surrey County Councils
Mole Valley Arts Alive Festival, Tesco Bags of Help, Moto, Carriers for Causes (One Stop), Wisley Foundation, The Albert Hunt Trust, The Graham High Charitable Trust


To comply with the requirements of the Data Protection Act, parents attending events involving children must only take photographs of their own children for their own personal use. These photographs may be shared only with family and friends, they must never be offered for commercial sale and should  be shared via social networking sites only if they contain an image of solely your child and not others, unless you have express permission from the parents/carers of the other children who appear in your photograph.

See The Information Commissioner’s Office published guidance:

 or also see Guidance on Taking and Using Photographs in Policies and Procedures Section :

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