FROZEN Light theatre company brings Home, their latest bold and exciting production, devised specifically for audiences with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) to Stirling.
It heads to the city as part of an extensive UK tour, its most ambitious yet, which takes in the likes of Glasgow, Aberdeen and Glenrothes from April 25-29.
The company, which was specifically formed to create new work for those with complex disabilities, will take in 59 dates, most with two performances a day, at 41 venues.
Exploring a new and unknown world, Home immerses audiences with PMLD in a multi-sensory story of discovery.
Frozen Light devised this accessible and inclusive production especially for teenagers and adults with PMLD.
For many in the audience this will be their first time in a mainstream theatre venue.
Frozen Light co-artistic director, Amber Onat Gregory, said: "We want to enable people who rarely attend high street arts venues to experience the theatre. With this tour, we hope to reach as many people with PMLD as possible."
The play follows Scarlet and Olive in a world that is not how they remember it – where are they now and where is their home?
The pair must learn how to survive and create a future together in an environment that is full of surprises.
Will the stars shine on this unexpected friendship? And how will they face the challenges that lie ahead?
Catch the show at the Macrobert Arts Centre, University of Stirling, on Saturday, April 29, 11am and 2pm.
Prices are £10.50/£8.50/£5.50, book via 01786 466 666 or www.macrobertartscentre.org