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2065: The Multi Sensory Movie

Cher_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 5,741 Disability Gamechanger
edited October 2021 in Autism and neurodiversity

Frozen Light are premiering an innovative new movie designed to bring theatre to the homes of people with profound and multiple learning difficulties.  Accompanied by a box of sensory props, the film allows viewers to experience the sights, sounds, smells and textures of the world in 2065 while watching the film!

A woman looking through futuristic lights with the wording 2065 The Multi Sensory Movie - A multi-sensory experience for those with profound and multiple learning disabilities

What's it about?

About the plotline, Frozen Light tell us:
2065: The Multi-Sensory Movie, which was filmed in person after its tour was postponed due to Covid-19, follows a group of rebels living in a country run by an oppressive regime. The rebels exist in the shadows, keeping music alive in their hidden Nest with the belief that one day things will change, if they just keep imagining. Audiences will be directed by Frozen Light’s ‘archivistrebel in residence’ who will signal when to use the ‘Rebel Pack’ of props to explore certain sensory moments throughout the film

How do I buy tickets?

Tickets are on sale from Monday 15th March at this Eventbrite webpage and are strictly limited with only 200 sensory boxes available. 


If anyone does watch the movie, please let us know how you found it :) 
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