Go See: BSL interpreted performances of Oggbots at Brighton Dome!

Posted on October 20, 2016

This is a sponsored post.

Make sure you go and see the BSL interpreted performances of a fun sci-fi treasure hunt on the streets of Brighton where imaginations are sent racing down the streets to solve clues, meet mysterious characters and dodge shady government agents!

‘Absolutely brilliant fun, the best fun ever! My boy is still raving about it!’ Tony, audience member

BSL interpreted performances, interpreted by Sue Maclaine: Fri 28 Oct, 10am, 11.45am & 3.15pm

To find out more, go to: http://brightondome.org/event/10280/project_oggbots/

Meet at Brighton Dome Studio Theatre

£7, £5 (concession)

£22 family ticket (two adults, two children)

Recommended ages 7-11

To book tickets contact 01273 709709 or email tickets@brightondome.org.

We ask that BSL users let us know at point of booking to ensure an interpreter is available.

If you would like to chat to someone about a specific access enquiry, contact Brighton Dome’s Visitor Services 01273 261525 / 541 or email access@brightondome.org

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