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Current Production- HOME

Frozen Light in association with New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich present:

HOME
A tale of unexpected friendship

The world is not how they remember it. Where are they now and where is their home? Scarlet and Olive must learn how to survive and create a future together in an environment that is full of surprises. Will the stars shine on this unexpected friendship? And how will they face the challenges that lie ahead?

HOME immerses audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) in a multi-sensory story of discovery. HOME is the latest bold and exciting production from Frozen Light.

‘Home is powerful piece of theatre about loss,separation, fear, loneliness, reconciliation, hope and rebuilding relationships – human life, in fact. And those things matter to people with PMLD as much as they do to anyone else.’ Sardines Magazine

Supported by Arts Council England, The Garage Norwich and The Point Eastleigh.

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Running time: 1 hour

Suitability: Audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (13+)

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In Autumn 2016 HOME toured to: New Wolsey Theatre (Ipswich); Colchester Arts Centre; Harlow Playhouse; The Gulbenkian (Canterbury); The Key Theatre (Peterborough); The Garage (Norwich).

In Spring 2017 HOME toured to: The Quarry Theatre at St Luke’s (Bedford); Theatre Royal Plymouth; Plough Arts Centre (Great Torrington); The Seagull (Lowestoft); Phoenix Theatre and Arts Centre (Bordon); Stratford Circus Arts Centre (East London); Blackwood Miners’ Institute; Maesteg Town Hall; The Grand Pavilion (Porthcawl); Cambridge Junction; The Old Fire Station (Oxford); Cast (Doncaster); Interplay Theatre (Leeds); The Civic (Barnsley); The Lowry (Salford); Cornerstone Arts Centre (Didcot); Arlington Arts Centre (Newbury); Chapter Arts Centre (Cardiff); The Courtyard Theatre (Hereford); mac Birmingham; Exeter Northcott; Salisbury Arts Centre; The Point (Eastleigh); Arena Theatre (Wolverhampton); Nottingham Playhouse; Lincoln Performing Arts Centre; Attenborough Arts Centre (Leicester); The Lemon Tree (Aberdeen); Rothes Hall (Glenrothes); Platform (Glasgow); Mac Roberts Arts Centre (Stirling); South Street Arts (Reading); Farnham Maltings; Ovalhouse (South London); Hull Truck Theatre; Stephen Joseph Theatre (Scarborough); Tacchi Morris Arts Centre (Taunton); Dorchester Corn Exchange; The Pound Arts Centre (Corsham); Northern Stage (Newcastle); Atkinson Theatre (Southport).

The development and tour of HOME was funded by: D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust; Boshier Hinton Foundation; Bruce Wake Foundation; Pye Charitable Trust; Ganzoni Charitable Trust; Sir James Knott Trust; The Hull and East Riding Charitable Trust; Neighbourly Charitable Trust, Michael Marsh Charitable Trust; The True Colours Trust; David Solomons Charitable Trust; The Stanton Ballard Charitable Trust; Greggs Charitable Foundation; The Claire Milne Charitable Trust; John and Bowers Trust Fund; RTR Foundation; David and Claudia Harding Foundation; John Thaw Foundation; St James’ Place Foundation; The Eveson Charitable Trust.