You've Got Dragons- a family show based on the book by Kathryn Cave, illustrated by Nick Maland, featuring integrated BSL/ SSE and Audio Description.
You've Got Dragons- a family show based on the book by Kathryn Cave, illustrated by Nick Maland, featuring integrated BSL/ SSE and Audio Description.

You’ve Got Dragons – accessible family show at Harrogate Theatre

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 05/04/2018 - 08/04/2018
All Day

Location
Harrogate Theatre

6 Oxford Street
Harrogate

HG1 1QF


You’ve Got Dragons- a family show based on the book by Kathryn Cave, illustrated by Nick Maland, featuring integrated BSL/ SSE and Audio Description.

“Dragons come when you least expect it. You turn round…and they’re there.”
Lots of people get them; bad dreams, swirly tummy, feeling prickly. And sometimes they make you feel alone. So, what can a young child with a bad case of the dragons do?

A delightful tale of one child’s journey to come to terms with their dragons told in Taking Flight’s unique style. With live, original music, this highly visual, sensitive production is a humorous and touching exploration of the dragons we all face.

An intergenerational show, featuring creative captioning, interwoven BSL and audio description, You’ve Got Dragons is a treat for the whole family. And remember… “No dragon is more powerful than YOU!”

Link to audio flyer

Link to BSL/ captioned flyer

I would really appreicate it if you were able to help us publicise this show as we are based in Cardiff and this is the first time we’ll be coming to Harrogate! We’d especially like to reach out to fmailies with blind/ partially sighted/ Deaf or Hard of Hearing members.

There is also free craft activity at the theatre around the shows!!

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