Jumped Up Theatre, producers of the Platform8 festival in Peterborough, are very pleased to be working with Cambridgeshire Deaf Association to host a great BSL interpreted show in their forthcoming March season.
BUCKET LIST BY THEATRE AD INFINITUM:
Theatre Ad Infinitum are committed to making their award-winning theatre shows widely accessible. Their 2016 Light, was fully accessible for Deaf and hard of hearing audiences.
For their current show, Bucket List, the company worked during rehearsals with interpreter Jo Ross and Deaf artist Matty Gurney to create an integrated BSL interpretation of the show.
Jo Ross, will be interpreting Bucket List in Peterborough on Saturday 18 March.
Bucket List is powerful story of a young Mexican woman’s fight for justice.
When her mother is murdered, for protesting against corporate and governmental corruption, Milagros finds herself left with only a bloodstained list of those responsible. Determined to make them pay, Milagros embarks on a passionate quest for justice, no matter the cost. Her plans for retribution stretch from the sleazy factory manager to the President of the United States.
Using physical storytelling, live, instrumental music and song, a story about love, loss and revenge unfolds.
The performance at 7.30pm on Saturday 18 March is in The Undercroft, a new arts space, in Serpentine Green, the shopping centre in Hampton, Peterborough.
Prices are £11 (standard ) and £6 (concs, JSA/student, and there is an Early Bird discount of £1 applied on bookings made by 1st March
Tickets are £10 when purchased through a CDA staff at Drop in.
For more information about the show and to book go to:
This is going to be a great night out, so whether you are a regular theatre-goer or haven’t tried live performance before, this is a night not to be missed.
7.30pm, Bucket List by Theatre Ad Infinitum, at The Undercroft, Serpentine Green, Hampton, Peterborough. Part of the Platform8 festival.