Told through an eclectic style of spoken, signed and physical theatre, In Touch captures the real life stories of Deafblind cast members and famous figures like Helen Keller.
In Touch is part of a long-term project with Inclusion Theatre and Theatre of Nations, using the arts to connect Deafblind, sighted and hearing people in different spaces. The original production, Touch-Ables, had its premiere in Russia in 2015.
This production is an international version performed by actors from Russia and the UK and produced in association with Graeae Theatre Company, the British Council and Sense.
BSL interpreted, captioned, audio described, wheelchair access