Staging Theatre for Audiences With Profound Learning Disabilities
The Guardian – Culture Professionals Network
Frozen Light theatre company shares what goes into making its multi-sensory work for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities
Creating theatre for audiences with PMLD
Lucy Garland, Artistic Director, discusses what makes The Forest accessible for audiences with PMLD and how it differs from conventional theatre.
Dramaturgy in The Forest
Vile Arts Blog
Lucy Garland, Artistic Director, discusses the dramaturgy and aims behind Frozen Light’s The Forest
Edinburgh Broadway World
Lucy Garland: Making a path through the forest
Three Weeks Edinburgh
Detailed interview discussing what makes theatre accessible for audiences with PMLD and what motivated Amber and Lucy to form Frozen Light.
Five Fast Fringe Questions
The Reviews Hub
Euan’s Guide interview
Frozen Light discuss sensory elements, the reasons for small audiences and other considerations when presenting work for audiences with PMLD.
Frozen Light interview with Daytrippers
We Are Daytrippers
On Tour with Young Children
Amber Onat Gregory, Artistic Director, discusses life on the road with her family, from the crucial help provided by her parents to the challenges of bedtime in a hotel room.
Etihad Airlines, Transit Lounge
Amber Onat Gregory, Artistic Director, discusses Tunnels, PMLD audiences and what’s next.
Touring Tunnels with house
Frozen Light discuss touring their first theatre production, Tunnels, with support from house.
Sensory performance and accessibility
Discusses how sensory performances make theatre accessible to audiences with PMLD.
A little bit more about Frozen Light
Article in PMLD Link discussing Frozen Light’s work.
Theatre for young people with PMLD
An article discussing Frozen Light, Tunnels and the importance of making theatre for people with PMLD.
Frozen Light interview for BBC Voices: