Autism Berkshire has teamed up with The Curve cultural centre in Slough to offer families free tickets to enjoy a relaxed performance of the children’s musical show AnimAlphabet this Saturday.
The performance is at 11am, with sound and lighting specially adjusted to help children with autism and other conditions. A British Sign Language interpreter will be there too.
AnimAlphabet, performed by Bracknell-based company Hit the Mark, is aimed at children aged up to 11 and is full of crazy characters, catchy songs and musical education.
All you need to do to get hold of some of the free tickets is to select the tickets you want, then enter the code AutismBerkshire (no space between the words) and click Update Total when you reach the checkout on The Curve’s booking page.
Click here to reserve your tickets. Please make sure you print out your tickets at home before you set off to the show.
We hope that you enjoy the performance.
Click here to find out more about all the facilities at The Curve and other performances taking place there.
- The Curve is in William Street, a few minutes’ walk from Slough’s bus and railway stations and town centre car parks. The Herschel car park offers discounted rates to visitors to The Curve who get their parking tickets validated at The Curve.