Playful Tiger is for children and young people with complex needs such as autism. It tells the story of a tiger’s visit to a rigid family home where he turns their world upside down. It’s chaotic but brilliantly fun, with a focus on sensory engagement. Playfulness within the work creates space for a two-way response between the audience and performers.
The capacity of the show is 8 young people with their families and carers.
To learn more about the creation of Playful Tiger you can read blogs written during the process including performers Jade Adamson, Kai-Wen Chuang and Vince Virr; collaborator Ellie Griffiths and our young venue auditor Coery Nicholson.