Sunday 8 September
3pm to 4.30pm
Brian Friel Theatre
£3, all ages
Following Streetwise’s performance of Spellbound, this is your opportunity to learn some of the skills of circus performance for beginners. It’s family-friendly and suitable for children, but children must be accompanied by an adult.
Streetwise Community Circus Skills aims to make circus skills accessible to people throughout Northern Ireland – irrespective of gender, age, disability, or economic, religious or cultural background – through workshops such as this, run by teams of experienced tutors.
TICKETING AND AGE RANGES
All tickets for Bounce are available from the University of Atypical website by visiting www.universityofatypical.org/bounce. Where events say ‘Free’ you will have the option to make a small donation at the door if you wish, which supports disability access costs. Free companion tickets are available for disabled people needing essential assistance.
Where events are deemed most suitable for a particular age range, this is marked at the top of the event. If you have questions about age ranges or access please discuss with University of Atypical staff. You’ll find contact and access details for all venues at the back of this brochure. For more information please visit www.universityofatypical.org/bounce or contact a member of staff on firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 028 9023 9450. Deaf people can text us via 07517 132554.
University of Atypical aims to make Bounce Arts Festival as accessible as possible to all attendees. We offer the following facilities:
Extended toileting/changing/hoist facilities, audio description, touch-tours, BSL translation, and captioning are available. Advance requests for these access services is essential – contact email@example.com, 028 9023 9450 or 07517 132554 (text only).Tickets Back