A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of William Shakespeare’s best loved and most performed plays.
Spectrum Space’s Shakespeare Company, guided by Suzanne Ingelbrecht and supported by Lotterywest, have reimagined and rewritten the play from a neurodivergent perspective, using Shakespeare’s characters and act/scene structure as the starting point, and then recreating it as a journey towards celebrating diversity.
The project enabled individuals to explore their creativity through writing, acting, costume making, make-up and filming, and showcases their talents in these disciplines.
Join us on Sat 5 Nov to watch a filmed showcase of the reimagined play.
Please note this is a free event but booking is essential.
About Spectrum Space
Spectrum Space is a bold, innovative community organisation tearing down social barriers for young people on the autism spectrum.
Together Spectrum Space engages, challenges, informs, develops and expands new skills – creating exciting opportunities for corporates and the community to join in.
Spectrum Space celebrates people – loudly and proudly forging connections with family, community, work places and colleagues.
Spectrum Space runs a variety of highly successful social groups as well as provides training and education to a wide variety of sectors including employers, educators and government agencies.
Find out more by visiting the Spectrum Space website.