Grab your merry men and women and get ready for a socially distanced pantomime like never before, in a sheriff-busting, arrow-shooting, tights-wearing, hog-roasting production of Robin Hood.
If you have learning or sensory disabilities, or care for someone who does, you’ll understand how difficult it would be to attend a regular theatre performance.
With lighting effects, loud noises and large crowds, stage shows can seem really overwhelming. But at Qdos Entertainment and The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, we believe everyone should be able to experience the magic of theatre.
Relaxed Performances provide the exact same production as a typical audience would enjoy, with an atmosphere and attitude in the auditorium that makes everyone feel safe and comfortable.
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We’d love to welcome you to the The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham for the Socially Distanced Relaxed Performance of Robin Hood on Wednesday 27 January 2021.
Soon, we’ll be able to offer you a Visual Story of the performance you’ll be seeing. This will walk you through your entire theatre trip, explaining the facilities available to you and what will happen when.
You’ll get to read about the characters, the performance itself and how we’re making things as stress-free as possible for you. So you don’t need to worry about what’s going on around you, and can simply enjoy the show.
No problem! At The Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, we have a dedicated Access Champion to make sure your Access needs are met.
If you have any specific questions about your trip to the theatre, or would like to find out how we can improve your visit even further, simply get in touch with your Champion on 0800 912 6971.