TURTLE OPERA IN OXFORD AT THE OGSTON MUSIC SCHOOL - ST. EDWARD'S SCHOOL, OXFORD (JAN - MARCH 2019) IS A MUSIC AND DRAMA CREATIVE PROJECT FOR CHILDREN WITH ASPERGER'S SYNDROME/HIGH FUNCTIONING AUTISM, BETWEEN THE AGES OF 10 AND 14 YEARS OLD. TURTLE OPERA IS FREE TO ALL PARTICIPANTS, PLEASE FILL IN THE ON-LINE APPLICATION FORM TO APPLY.
THE DISAPPEARING ACT IS THE NEW SHOW FROM OPEN SKY. IT WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR TOURING FROM LATE SPRING 2019.
TURTLE SONG WAS RECENTLY FEATURED ON THE BBC DOCUMENTARY HOLDING BACK THE YEARS. TURTLE SONG BRINGS MUSIC, SONG WRITING, MOVEMENT AND SINGING TO PEOPLE WITH ALL FORMS OF DEMENTIA TOGETHER WITH THEIR COMPANIONS AND CARERS.
WE WILL BE RUNNING A TURTLE SONG AT BOTH CHATS PALACE, HACKNEY AND CHESTER UNIVERSITY THIS AUTUMN.
HE AIN'T HEAVY IS A NEW SHOW BY ODDLY MOVING. GRANIA PICKARD TELLS THE STORY OF GROWING UP WITH HER DISABLED AUTISTIC BROTHER "SEAN". IT WILL TOUR IN SUMMER/AUTUMN 2018 - SEE DATES BELOW.
"Grania's work is a full-bodied, eloquent meditation on life with autism that raises awareness, builds bridges with a mainstream audience, and connects us to the beauty of accepting life as it is and loving unreservedly." LucyLoveCircus
OCKHAM'S RAZOR PREMIERED THEIR NEW SHOW TIPPING POINT AT THE LONDON INTERNATIONL MIME FESTIVAL 2016. IT IS NOW TOURING AND WON THE TOTAL THEATRE & JACKSONS LANE AWARD FOR CIRCUS AT THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL 2016.
“Ockham’s Razor push themselves to the limit in a terrific show that wields lethal-looking poles to blend circus acrobatics, playground games and trust exercises." - Guardian
“Their feats are, without question, impressive - exhilarating to watch, both thrilling and nerve-racking - a spellbinding performance.” - The Stage
DO YOU WANT TO JOIN KEY CLUB? THEN PLEASE FILL OUT THE ONLINE APPLICATION.
Key Club is a FREE creative arts and social club for young people on the autism spectrum. The members meet once a month at The Lyric, Hammersmith on a Saturday from September to June. They participate in a creative workshop and share refreshments and social time.
“I love coming to the club because we get to do something new, creative and fun each month!”
“If there was no Key Club I don't think I'd be the same person I am today. I don't know what would have happened to get me out of the house and interacting with people, especially people my own age.”