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Sleeping Beauty

Newry Town Hall, Bank Parade, Newry, County Down, BT34 1DQ
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It's Rose's 10th birthday party, everyone is happy, bringing cards and gifts. The room is full of bubbly people, friends, and family, all coming to celebrate. The party vibe changes when Rose receives a music box as a gift, and the winding key breaks off. Rose escapes for some quiet time and on the way becomes distracted by the record player in the attic, which appears to be drawing her in. Rose pricks her finger, falls into a deep sleep, and wakes up aged 16. She finds herself in the most fantastical world full of 80's inspired music, obscure characters, and familiar faces. Will she fix the music box?What lessons will Rose learn on her journey through the enchanted forest? When will she wake up?

Sleeping Beautyis a modern adaption of the well-known fairy tale. It's an original family friendly musical for all ages. The production has been carefully crafted by a team of deaf and hearing artists and places BSL interpreting at the centre of the production. The audience experience has also been constructed with attention to detail, paying particular attention to vibrational experience to story tell, making this an accessible, enjoyable, high quality and equal theatre experience for deaf and hearing audiences.

Running time approx. 60 mins

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