Yellow lives in their happy yellow house, in their happy yellow way until one day their yellow world is changed as Red moves in next door, living in their red house, in their red way.
A story about accepting others and celebrating our similarities and differences.
Handprint Theatre present an accessible theatre show for families, exploring the importance of community and how we communicate with each other.
This vibrant performance is fully accessible for Deaf and hearing audiences and includes a participatory patchwork art activity where families are invited to decorate a square of fabric that is added alongside others to make a final community patchwork. Celebrating community and sharing the values of acceptance and understanding. We are stronger together and all of equal worth.
Handprint Theatre make theatre for and with young people. Using storytelling, physical theatre, British Sign Language and a combination of anything they can get their hands on, Handprint Theatre make theatre accessible to both Deaf and Hearing audiences — allowing all to share stories which communicate across language, disability or culture.
This event is roughly 90 minutes long and includes a performance followed by art activity. Families do not need to stay the whole time, and are free to leave after the performance. Children should be supervised by their parents/carers at all times.
Part of Liberty– The Mayor of London’s free festival celebrating the work of Deaf and disabled artists, presented in partnership with Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019.
This performance is fully accessible to Deaf audiences, and includes physical theatre and British Sign Language.
The accessible entrance to the library is on Walthamstow Town Square. There are 4 steps to enter, or a permanent rampway. The ramp is easy, with handrails, and there is a level landing at the top of the slope. The width of the door opening is 200cm (6ft 7in).
The performance takes place in the Main Hall on the first floor, which is accessible by the lift further inside the library. Go through the reception and turn left. (lift to study hall). Speak to a member of library staff for directions.
This venue has an accessible toilet.
Buses 230, 275, 212, 58, 210, 212, 275 run to Walthamstow Bus Station (0.1 miles). Walthamstow Central (Victoria Line and London Overground) is 0.2 miles away (4 minute walk).
There is 24 hour disabled parking available at The Mall Walthamstow, 45 Selbourne Road, E17 7JR, which is 0.4 miles away (8 minute walk).
There are a number of Controlled Parking Zones available around Walthamstow, which blue badge holders are able to use. Badge and clock must be displayed correctly.