About the Event
The evil Wizard Whack has stolen the 7 magic stones that create every colour there is, if they’re not found soon all the colour will drain from the world leaving only black and white. A young brave heart named Rae has volunteered to find the stones but she can’t do it alone…
So, will you help? Will you travel with Rae to the 7 Rainbow Realms? Help find the clues and solve the puzzles necessary to defeat Wizard Whack and bring the Colour Stones back home? If so, don’t delay and grab your tickets today for this fully accessible, completely inclusive, crazily interactive, multi-sensory adventure!
Venue seating is unreserved so you can sit where you want to upon your arrival.
Please note that the front row is reserved for Wheelchair Users and their Carers.
All tickets are £12 each for those eligible to pay.
*Adults with disabilities – free
*Children with disabilities – free
*Adults with disabilities and wheelchair users – free
*Children with disabilities and wheelchair users – free
*Parent carers – free
*Sibling carers – free
*Registered carers – free
*PLEASE NOTE – ANYONE WISHING TO OBTAIN FREE TICKETS MUST DO SO DIRECTLY THROUGH OUR BOX OFFICE EITHER IN PERSON OR OVER THE PHONE (01323 841414) BETWEEN 10AM & 4PM MONDAY TO SATURDAY.
UnderWired Productions passionately believe that physical and financial barriers should not prevent children from accessing live theatre. Tickets are heavily subsidised by charitable donations and grants, with full concessions available to those experiencing hardship.
Directed by Joe Austin (The Twilight Zone at the Ambassadors Theatre, Katya Kabanova at the Royal Opera House, Siegfried at Opera North), Rainbow Rae And The Colour Stone Rescue is choreographed by Julia Cave (The Smeds and the Smoos UK tour and Around The World in 80 Days at Devonshire Park Eastbourne).
Written and produced by Kali Peacock, it has original songs by the Tony Award-winning orchestrator Sarah Travis (Grease West End, 101 Dalmations at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Sweeney Todd at the Watermill Theatre, West End and Broadway and Mack and Mabel at the Watermill and the West End), design by Delyth Evans (Assistant Designer, The Corn is Green and Phaedra at The National Theatre) and sound by Harry Greatorex (Roman Holiday, Theatre Royal Bath and Bonnie And Clyde at The Garrick Theatre).
Rainbow Rae And The Colour Stone Rescue features a cast of five headed by Safia Bartley as ‘Rae’ (making her professional debut) and Luke Coughlan as Wizard Whack (CBBC’s Nova Jones) with Samantha Sutherland (Arabian Nights, Watermill Theatre, Sarah and Duck UK Tour), Timothy Mylchreest (City Melodies, National Theatre, Peter Rabbit’s Adventure for Histrionic Productions) and Kali Peacock (Romeo and Juliet at the Harold Pinter Theatre, Finding Neverland, The Inbetweeners) playing other roles.
On Tuesday 15th we will be joined on stage for both shows by Emma Isted who will be signing the shows for us.
Rainbow Rae And The Colour Stone Rescue is sponsored by The National Lottery Community Fund and The Foyle Foundation.