Audio described performances of Salander

Posted: 22/11/13
By: Natalie
Tags: Theatre, London, Performance

Discover Salander in the heart of the Roundhouse. Walk in one person at a time, alone, and click. The door shuts behind and the journey begins into the inner world of Salander: an installation where words perform.

Audio description of the show is available on Saturday 30 November and Sunday 1 December between 12 noon and 8pm.  It is advisable to book a free slot beforehand and ask for the audio version of the show , by calling the Roundhouse on 0844 482 8008.

You can read the introductory notes for the show, just download the word document below.

Created by award winning poet Lemn Sissay in collaboration with young people in care or who have been in care, in a project produced by Fuel and Roundhouse, and named after Lisbeth Salander, the dark heroine of The Millennium Series who was also a care leaver.

Salander is the sixth experience commissioned by Fuel to celebrate The Simple Things in Life. Each performance or installation has been created in a garden shed, and the project has toured to venues and festivals including Latitude and the Edinburgh Fringe.