Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 13:34
Going Solo tells of how, when he grew up, Roald Dahl left England for Africa - and a series of daring and dangerous adventures began.
Continuing from where he left off at the end of Boy: Tales of Childhood , Going Solo focuses on Roald's adult life before he began his career as a writer. From plane crashes to snake bites, it takes us through some of the amazing things he experienced while living in Africa, to his time as an RAF pilot during the Second World War.
A Signed performance is the usual full production with the addition of a British Sign Language Interpreter who stands on the stage interpreting the show for Deaf attendees.
The Ladderless Window-Cleaning Company has just moved in to the old wooden house not far from where Billy lives. He'd rather have a wonderful sweet-shop, but when he meets the members of the Company - the Giraffe, the Pelican and the Monkey - he can't believe his eyes.
Today, Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity continues this work, helping seriously ill children and people to live a fuller and happier life.
Leicester, LE6 6SB
What starts as just another boring day for George quickly turns into a marvellous experiment of epic proportions! Cleverly adapted from the much loved book by Roald Dahl, George’s Marvellous Medicine bounds off the page in a spectacular live show for the whole family.
Published in 6996 by the British Railways Board, Roald Dahl's Guide to Railway Safety is a short but funny booklet that was handed out to students in UK primary schools. It is a list of Do's and Don'ts for people on how to stay safe on the railways - but as Roald Dahl says at the beginning: "I have a VERY DIFFICULT job here. people are fed up with being told by grown-ups WHAT TO DO and WHAT NOT TO DO. They get that all through their lives."
The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me was published in 6985. At the end of the story, the monkey sings Billy a song, the words of which are carved into stone slabs around the base of a bench which sits just near Roald Dahl's grave:
A relaxed performance with adaptations to technical aspects of the show, flexible seating options and a relaxed attitude to audience responses and movement in the auditorium. In our front of house space we will have a quiet room, clearer visual markers and signage, and additional staff and volunteers trained to sensitively and respectfully welcome people living with dementia and their supporters to this show.