The British Council and National Arts Council present internationally acclaimed Bamboozle Theatre Company’s (UK) The Bamboozle Approach, exceptional approach to making theatre for children with autism and complex disabilities.
Since 2003, Bamboozle has worked with hundreds of families with children with special needs. Families, artists and educators are invited to attend the British Council's GREAT lecture at the Artground, a contemporary children's arts space at the Goodman Arts Centre. The Bamboozle Theatre Company is known throughout the UK for providing some of the country's most disabled children the opportunity to interact meaningfully with the world, and to confound expectations of what children with special needs can achieve.
How can parents with children with special needs find activities that suitably cater to their families, including brothers and sisters? How can quality artistic experiences engage those hardest to reach?
Including a demonstration of Bamboozle's techniques, Artistic Director Christopher Davies will share about his experience working with schools, families and artists in creating possibilities for children.
Date: Friday 22 September 2017
Please note: As part of British Council’s Inclusive Arts Programme, there will be a sign language interpreter at the GREAT Lecture for audience members with hearing impairments. If you require any specific assistance for the workshops, please do contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 17.00 Registration
17.15 Water ritual demonstration
Venue: The Artground (90 Goodman Road #01-40 Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore 439053) Admission is free but pre-registration required.
Light reception will be provided immediately after the one hour lecture.