Relaxed Performances

Relaxed Performances are specifically designed to welcome people who will benefit from a more relaxed performance environment, including people with autism spectrum condition, sensory processing difficulties and/or communication disorders, or those who have additional needs. They are also dementia friendly.

There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement, some small changes made to the light and sound effects, and an open door policy so you can move freely in and out of the auditorium with a chill out space available. Visual Stories are also made available ahead of your visit to help you familiarise with the production.

Zog

Fri 21 Feb, 11am


Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much-loved Zog comes to life in a magical adaptation with music and songs. 

Disabled Access Day

Sat 29 Feb, 12–4pm 

Join us for a day that puts accessibility at the fore, in the spirit of the biannual national Disabled Access Day.

Touch Tours

Audiences with autism spectrum condition may also be interested in our touch tours, which offer tactile introductions to the set, costumes, props and instruments. If you think this would be useful, please get in touch with our access team who can arrange this wherever possible.
Have a look at our current touch tours

Access Enquiries

Get in touch to book tickets for these events, please call our ticket office on 01273 709709 or email tickets@brightondome.org

You are welcome to arrange a pre-show visit to familiarise yourself with the building and the facilities, visit the auditorium and foyers and identify suitable seats.

To book a pre-show familiarisation visit, or if you have a specific access enquiry please feel free to get in touch, you can call us on 01273 261541/525 or email access@brightonfestival.org