Theatre |
9th October 2015

Fri 9 Oct | 1:30pm & 6pm | £5 

Caught by a savage storm while out playing, Nula and Elgar are driven into a dark cave.  They don’t see the warning inscribed over the entrance, which reads: Never Enter.  Here, they meet the Dragon that Holds the World, who sends them on a difficult quest: to travel to four far flung places of the world, find the four lost element dragons, and return them to the Castle of the Four Turrets.  To do this, they must convince those they meet to change their ways before environmental damage is irreversible.  They only have seven days to complete their quest…

Prism Arts is an inclusive arts organisation based in Carlisle, running courses that specialise in participatory and inclusive arts. They have been delivering arts projects for people with disabilities for over 25 years. All their work is delivered by professional artists.

Studio Theatre is an arts course for young people and adults with learning disabilities in Carlisle and Cockermouth. Workshops develop new skills in theatre, film and visual art, and give participants opportunities to perform their work to a wider audience.

Venue: Studio


9th October 2015

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