The Tree of Dreams

Unscene Suffolk presents

The Tree of Dreams

A beatbox-infused collaboration with Rationale Method


Saturday 6 July 2019
3.30pm and 7pm (please arrive 20 minutes before for Touch Tour – see below)
New Wolsey Studio, St George’s Street, Ipswich, IP1 3NF
Tickets from £5

Also touring to community venues:
Tuesday 9th July – community performance at Red Rose Chain
Wednesday 10th July at 7pm (please arrive 20 minutes before for Touch Tour – see below)
FREE public performance at Castle Hill Community Centre
Click here to book tickets.

Ellen and George have always been happy, and slept soundly. But life is getting on top of Ellen. Her world is turning upside down, and her dreams are filled with sinister sheep and thieving magpies. “Someone’s been neglecting their responsibilities. The woodcutter is coming, and people aren’t happy.”

The Tree of Dreams is a story about expectations, reality, fantasy and family, devised by Ipswich’s resident company of visually impaired people, with dynamic Audio Description by the internationally renowned Rationale Method, using beatboxing sound effects to heighten the experience for both blind and sighted audiences.

This is an amateur production presented as part of the New Wolsey’s annual Open Season


The show has built-in audio description in the script, so you won’t need a headset for this performance.
However, we are inviting any visually impaired audience members for a touch tour immediately before the show. If you’d like to attend this, please be at the venue 20 minutes before the performance, and we’ll let you in first so you can see and touch some of the props and costumes up close before the show starts.

Funded by Arts Council England and the Foyle Foundation. Supported by the New Wolsey Theatre and Sensing Change.

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