Family Day for Deafblind Children at the V&A
Sat Oct 5 2013
Jonathan Perugia / Time Out
Time Out says
Posted: Fri Sep 20 2013
A free, fully accessible day of activities for deafblind children and their families. Starting with a sign language interpreted performance of ‘The Boy Who Sat on the Dragon Throne’ the young audience are invited to join in and become guards, musicians fan dancers, puppeteers and drummers. After the show families can take part in activities in the garden, the theatre and the performance gallery, interacting with the museums collection, costumes and props. The drop-in day is hosted by Sense, the national deafblind charity.