Go See: Captioned and BSL interpreted theatre in London for just £5 via Mousetrap (BSL)

Posted on January 6, 2017

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Mousetrap Theatre Projects is launching a new theatre audience club for deaf 16-25 year-olds, with offers to some of London’s top theatre productions for less than the price of a cinema ticket.

Members of the scheme, called AccessTheatre4£5, will benefit from:

  • £5 tickets to BSL interpreted or captioned performances in London’s best theatres
  • Extra events like pre-show or post-show talks with the actors or creative teams
  • A Mousetrap representative at each event to greet and support members
  • The chance to join Mousetrap Theatre Projects Youth Forum
  • Social events


The first event is at Disney’s The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre on Sunday 5 February at 2.30 pm with an accessible pre-show talk with the creative team at 1.00pm.


Only members are eligible for this offer, and future theatre offers. Every ticket holder for each event must be aged 16-25 (no parents or younger siblings) and either a signed-up member or a companion (also aged 16-25). Once members have signed up, they will receive details via email of how to book the latest offer.

Watch the promo in BSL below:


Watch the BSL introduction below:



Get in touch with Mousetrap by email: access@mousetrap.org.uk

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