Wrongsemble are committed to making our shows accessible to as many young people and their families as possible, and are always adapting our practice and approaches to doing this.
The information below is updated regularly with Access information for our most up to date events.
All of our shows are performed in a fun, inclusive and relaxed environment to support families' engagement.
Please know that you are welcome to to leave and return to the performance space at any time.
If a show contains loud noises, darkness, flashing lights, or any sensitive content we will alert you to this at the start of the show or as you enter the space.
All ages are welcome.
Babes-in-arms go FREE at all our shows.
If you have any queries about accessibilty for any of our shows please email us on HERE
We are a Child Friendly and Breastfeeding Friendly organisation.
Some of our performances are specifically tailored accessible shows. Anyone is welcome at every show. Below is a key of symbols we use to identify different accessible performances:
Dementia Friendly Performance
For HANSEL & GRETEL these shows will be on Sat 14 Dec at 10.30am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm and Fri 3 Jan at 10.30am and 1.30pm
These shows are adapted for families with anyone living with Dementia to attend. Audience sizes will be smaller, with staff available to support audience members, technical aspects of the show may be slightly adapted, and there will be a very relaxed atmosphere.
Audio Described Performance
For HANSEL & GRETEL these shows will be on Sat 21 Dec at 10.30am and 1.30pm and Mon 30 Dec at 1.30pm
These shows, adapted for visually impaired and blind audience members will be Audio Described LIVE by Vicky Ackroyd, who will describe and explain the action on stage between dialogue - this will be heard by the whole audience. Listen to our Audio Flyer for Hansel & Gretel HERE
For HANSEL & GRETEL these shows will be on Sun 15 Dec at 11.30am and Thu 2 Jan at 1.30pm
These shows are adapted for families with anyone who has a learning disability or might benefit from a more relaxed environment in the theatre. Audience sizes will be smaller, with staff available to support audience members, technical aspects of the show may be slightly adapted, there will be a chillout space, fidget toys and ear defenders will be made available too.
Wheelchair and Step-free Access
For HANSEL & GRETEL all performances will take place in Room 700, Leeds Central Library, LS1 3AB.
This venue is accessed step-free via the entrance on the Lower Ground Floor at the Headrow side of the building, via a ramp and an elevator. Go to Floor 1 and through the Art Library to access the space. There is an Accessible Toilet on this level. The flexible seating in the space allows for seats to be moved as required at any time.
British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreted Performance
For HANSEL & GRETEL these shows will be on Sat 7 Dec at 1.30pm and Fri 27 Dec at 1.30pm
These shows, adapted for d/Deaf audience members will be interpreted by Keren Seabrook, who will integrated into the performance.