Spectrum Theatre, Sheffield
IN SOMEONE ELSE’S SHOES
A PLAY ABOUT THE AUTISTIC SPECTRUM AND US.
Monday 25th June 2018, 7.30pm at the Church of St Columba, Crosspool
1 in 100 people in the UK are diagnosed as being on the Autistic Spectrum. That’s 6000 people in Sheffield. Let’s suppose they each have 5 close family members – that’s at least 30,000 people in Sheffield who live with, or side-by-side with, this condition.
So – What is it? How does it affect those on the Spectrum? And what questions does it ask of so-called ‘normal’ people – whatever that means?!
‘IN SOMEONE ELSE’S SHOES’ is an entertaining, thought-provoking play devised by Spectrum Theatre, Sheffield, a theatre group made up of some who are on the Spectrum and some who aren’t. It is suitable for anyone of secondary school age and older.
To reserve seats: Phone 267 0006 (St Columba’s) or email either of the following
Tickets are free, with a bucket collection on the evening