Dementia Friendly and Relaxed Performance

And Did Those Feet - Tue 23 October, 2pm

Join us for the Octagon's Dementia Friendly and Relaxed performance of And Did Those Feet

And Did Those Feet follows the story of Boltonian families in the run up to the 1923 FA Cup Final between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United. First written for the Octagon in 2007 the play features music, dance and is an uplifting story that has received rave reviews from audiences and critics alike. As the Octagon building is closed this version of the classic Bolton Wanderers play is being performed at the home of the Wanderers - The University of Bolton Stadium.

Find out more about the play

Date, times & VENUE

  • The show will be on Tue 23 October at 2pm
  • The performance will take place at the Lion of Vienna Suite at The University of Bolton Stadium - find out more about how to get to the venue
  • After booking you will receive more information about the facilities at the venue ahead of you attending. However if you have any specific queries please get in touch by emailing boxoffice@octagonbolton.co.uk or call our box office on 01204 520661 

TICKETS

All tickets for this performance are £12 with free essential carer tickets for those with Dementia or additional needs. 

How to book

Call our friendly box office team on 01204 520661 to book tickets or to find out more.

What does a dementia friendly AND RELAXED performance involve?

Our Relaxed and Dementia Friendly Performances are specifically designed to welcome people with an autistic spectrum condition, learning disability or Dementia to experience theatre. 

These performances are for anyone who feels that they, or their family, would enjoy a more relaxed environment. They have a less formal, more supportive atmosphere to reduce anxiety levels. There is a relaxed attitude to audience noise and movement, and small changes to the sound levels and lighting effects. There are also other provisions such as visual stories, a chill-out space, and extra staff around to offer a helping hand.

If there’s another aspect of the theatre experience we could help with to make a positive difference to you, please get in touch.

There will be lots of friendly staff on hand to welcome you and help with any needs that you may have.

Call our friendly box office team on 01204 520661 to book tickets or to find out more.

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