Summer Sing-a-long Relaxed Performance
|Starts:||11:30 7 Jun 2019|
|Ends:||12:30 7 Jun 2019|
|What is it:||Music concert|
|Organiser:||Martin Harris Centre|
|Who is it for:||University staff, Families, Adults, Current University students, General public|
Join us for our fun and relaxed summer sing-a-long event filled with your favourite songs from musicals and Disney films. It’s a free event with optional participation and an informal atmosphere unlike a traditional concert.
Manchester University Music Society host this special concert, open to everybody in a relaxed setting.
The event is intended specifically to be sensitive to and accepting of audience members who may benefit from a more relaxed environment, including (but not limited to) those with autistic spectrum conditions, anyone with a learning disability or a sensory and communication disorder.
This performance is for anyone. Parents are welcome to bring small children, families should feel welcome to bring members living with dementia, and we encourage anyone who wishes to discuss their requirements further to contact us. Audience members will have the chance to meet the performers and try some musical instruments themselves.
Feel free to dress up as your favourite character from a musical!
Disney characters fancy dress is welcome!
Some hand-held instruments are provided, so you can play along to the music. You’re also welcome to bring your own.
Baby change and buggy parking facilities are available.
The concert will start at 11.30am and end at 12.30pm (doors open at 11am).
You can download the Relaxed Performance programme here: http://documents.manchester.ac.uk/display.aspx?DocID=43082
This event is FREE, all welcome!Booking is essential for groups of 10 people or more.
To book groups of 10 people or more, if you have questions about the relaxed performance, or to discuss access requirements, please contact our box office:
email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 0161 275 8950
Travel and Contact Information
Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall
Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama