Winter Show 2023

It's Show Time!


Let's take to the stage!

Join Meg and Siân in our end of year Winter Show! This year’s show is all about dancing, movement and music. Our performance story is inspired by winter landscapes and ice skating.

Performance blurb: “Competitors are travelling from across the world to take part in this exciting skating competition! Watch as the master skaters take to the frozen ice.”

Our performance will take place at The National Centre For Early Music and we offer opportunities for both performers and audience members. If you enjoy being centre stage and putting on a show, please read the information below for performers. If you would prefer to come along and sit in the audience, please read the information for audience members. Booking is required for all attendees. 

Information for performers

If you would like to get on stage and be part of the show then this information is for you! 

Date: Friday 22nd December 2023
Rehearsal Time: 10.30am – 2pm *Please bring your own pack lunch with you
Show Time: 2pm – 3pm *Including hot drinks and a mince pie during our social time

Cost: Free (Please consider making a donation when booking your place) 
Where: National Centre For Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate, York YO1 9TL


Information for Audience Members

If you would enjoy watching the show as an audience member, then this information is for you!

Date: Friday 22nd December 2023
Show Time: 2pm – 3pm *Including hot drinks and a mince pie during our social time

Cost: Free (Please consider making a donation when booking your place) 
Where: National Centre For Early Music, St Margaret’s Church, Walmgate, York YO1 9TL

 

Booking Tickets

Please book tickets for all attendees, including support workers, carers and PA’s. For example if one participant is attending with two support workers, please book 3 tickets.

Tickets are offered on a first come first served basis and spaces are limited. 

 

Important Information

If you are attending as a performer, please remember to bring your own pack up and your own bottle of water. We will provide tea and coffee’s through the day. The event can be loud and high energy, if you or the person you support needs a break, we are able to provide you with a quiet breakout space. There is also a walled garden to the rear of the venue if you prefer an outdoor space to decompress. If you and / or the person you support has any sound or light sensitivities, please ensure you inform a Toolbox Drama staff member ahead of the event. 

If you are attending as an audience member, please arrive on time and wait in the foyer area. A member of staff will come to meet you ahead of the show time. You do not need to bring your ticket with you, but you are required to book in advance. 

Please note that this event will be photographed. If you would prefer to not be in the photos, please inform a member of staff in advance or on the day.

If you would like to know more about the venue, please click here

This project is kindly supported by Arts Council England.

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