Disabled students enjoy 'brilliant' sensory show at Rose Theatre Kingston

Disabled students enjoy 'brilliant' sensory show at Rose Theatre Kingston

Bedelsford students on stage for Frozen Light's Tunnels

Frozen Light in action at the Rose Theatre

The multi-sensory show is designed for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities

First published in News Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy editor

Students at a school for disabled children in Kingston enjoyed an interactive theatre production at the Rose Theatre.

Tunnels, by theatre company Frozen Light, is a multi-sensory performance of live music, sign and movement, designed specifically for teenagers with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

Last week the company took to the Rose Theatre stage to immerse students from Bedelsford School, in Grange Road, in the experience.

The show was part of the Rose's Let Me In festival, a mini-festival producing work for and by people with disabilities.

A school spokeswoman said: "This is the first time we’ve come to the Rose and something’s been really geared up for us.

"This has been the nicest experience in the Rose we’ve had to date.

"The show was brilliant and the children really reacted well to it.

"So many children from our school could benefit from this show - they’d love it."

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