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Immersive Fun Sessions & Come Trot to Camelot



including walkabout, multi-sensory performances of 'Come Trot to Camelot'

Suitable for children/young persons aged 2+
Including PMLD, ASD, ADHD, VI, HI, Complex Health Needs, GDD, LD, SLCN, SPD, Down's Syndrome,
As yet undiagnosed or in the process of applying for an Education Health Care Plan
(if in doubt, please call us to discuss - 01372 278021)

"A very enjoyable inclusive, interactive, imaginative and enjoyable event full of surprises and special touches.  The actors were warm, involving, approachable and very professional."

Touring Dates for 2020 (more to be announced)

The health of the children is of utmost importance so, sadly, the decision has been taken to cancel our Easter tour.

We are working on the possibility of providing remote access to a video of our new production of 'Come Trot to Camelot' together with a pack detailing how this may be viewed as an immersive show using household items.  Please contact Anni for more details:  anni@head2head  /  01372 278021  /  07519 747 290.

OXFORD (Fitzwaryn School - hoist & changing bed facilities) CANCELLED
Monday 6 April, 2pm
Tuesday 7 April, 11.15am or 2pm

WALTON ON THAMES (Walton Leigh School - hoist & changing bed facilities) CANCELLED
Wednesday 8 April, 2pm
Thursday 9 April, 11.15am or 2pm

HORSHAM (QE11 College - hoist & changing bed facilities)  CANCELLED
         Tuesday 14 April, 2pm
         Wednesday 15 April, 11.15am or 2pm

WORTHING (Oak Grove College - hoist & changing bed facilities)  CANCELLED
Thursday 16 April, 2pm
Friday 17 April, 11.15am or 2pm

CROWBOROUGH (Sir Henry Fermor Primary - disabled toilets but no hoist)
         Tuesday 26 May, 2pm
         Wednesday 27 May, 11.15am or 2pm

REDHILL (Redhill Baptist Church - disabled toilet but no hoist)
         Thursday 28 May, 2pm
         Friday 29 May, 11.15am or 2pm

LEWES (Chailey Heritage Foundation - hoist & changing bed facilities)
         Monday 27 July, 2pm
         Tuesday 28 July, 11.15am or 2pm

MAIDSTONE (Five Acre Wood School - hoist & changing bed facilities)
         Wednesday 29 July, 2pm
         Thursday 30 July, 11.15am or 2pm

BURGESS HILL (Woodlands Meed School - hoist & changing bed facilities)
         Monday 3 August, 2pm
         Tuesday 4 August, 11.15am or 2pm

RAMSGATE (The Foreland Fields School - hoist & changing bed facilities)
         Wednesday 5 August, 2pm
         Thursday 6 August, 11.15am or 2pm

CAMBERLEY (Portesbery School - hoist & changing bed facilities)
        Monday 17 August, 2pm
        Tuesday 18 August, 11.15am or 2pm

AYLESBURY (Wingrave School - disabled toilets but no hoist)
        Wednesday 19 August, 2pm
        Thursday 20 August, 11.15am or 2pm

  • £6 per person (children and accompanying adults - payable at time of booking)
  • Some free places for families on Income Support or Income Related ESA (subject to availability)
  • Choice of morning or afternoon sessions (11.15-1.45pm or 12.45-3.30pm)
    • Lunch period 12.45 - 1.45pm
      • Sensory tent
      • Games
      • Craft activities
      • Allocated eating area (please bring a picnic)
    • Immersive walkabout show:  led by a team of Head2Head's actors, participants will move around the venue, discovering scenes and meeting characters from the story (chairs will be provided for those with mobility difficulties)
      • Fun songs, actions and movement-to-music
      • Multi-sensory experiences
      • Some Makaton signing and voice output communication aids
      • Indoor & outdoor activities (please bring a coat)
      • Advance pack containing images of characters, songs and a Widgit symbol storyline
    • Familiarisation:
      • 12.45pm tour of the show sets (pre-booking essential)
      • explore a sensory box containing props & costumes connected with the show
  • Hoist and changing bed facilities - please bring personal slings
  • Free on-site parking
  • Taking photographs (please refer to section at foot of page)

BOOKING:  01372 278021, 07519 747 290

With grateful thanks to the above schools,  Tesco Bags of Help, private donors, East Sussex, West Sussex & Kent County Councils, Sussex, Kent & Surrey Community Foundations, Ernest Kleinwort Char. Trust, Community Action Sutton, Thomas Flack Grant Fund, The Friarsgate Trust, Rothschilds Foundation,Aylesbury Vale Community Trust, Arts Network Sutton, Chapman Charitable Trust, Wisley Foundation, Rotary Clubs of Burgess Hill, Carshalton Park and to Alex for organising Steme’s kind and generous donation of the chain curtain for our Camelot castle set.

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

Music composition by Kayleigh Stratton:

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