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Relaxed Performances of The Mousehole Cat 2022
What changes have we made to make our performance "Relaxed"?
  • Keep our house lights (that light up the audience) on throughout the performance

  • Create a "quiet space" away from the performance area

  • Allow all audience members to leave and come back at any time during the performance

  • Remove any sudden light or sound changes (including loud bangs)

  • Ensure our venue has a wheelchair friendly lift and two accessible toilets both with baby changing facilities

Images of our venue the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall, Mousehole
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Access to the Solomon Browne Memorial Hall
Images of our 2018 production of The Mousehole Cat

Please be aware that we will be using the same set, props, puppet and the majority of the costumes photographed below however the stage will now be positioned at the far end of the room (beyond the fire exit) and the audience will all face one way (rather than being all around the stage as in previous years).

 

If you'd like to know more about how the show will work in 2022 please email alright@cousinjacks.org

Our musician Richard Trethewey
Our musician Richard Trethewey
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Tom Bawcock singing
Tom Bawcock singing
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A scene using our smoke machine
A scene using our smoke machine
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Mowzer
Mowzer
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Images of our cast
Tommie Black-Roff
Tommie Black-Roff

Image by Deniz Kavalali @deniz_kavalali

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Emily Faulkner
Emily Faulkner
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Rory Wilton
Rory Wilton
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Darcey Ball
Darcey Ball
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Access is on the Ground Floor. A lift provides access for wheelchair-users.
The hall has a wheelchair available for hall users. The hall is fitted with an induction loop for hearing aid users and there are braille signs throughout the building and on the stair rails for those with sight loss. There are two accessible toilets on the Second Floor, both with baby changing facilities. The Solomon Browne Hall is situated at the end of a residents only car park on Duck Street in the centre of Mousehole. Duck Street is a pedestrianised street from the harbour, however "drop off" can be arranged immediately outside the main entrance to the building. There is no available car parking outside of the hall. Audience members must park in the village. Please allow plenty of time to park and walk to the hall.

If you have specific access needs or will be using a wheelchair please contact us.

Our Ticketing

All attendees must purchase a ticket. All of our tickets (for any age and any performance) are between £18 and £12 (no booking fee). We have around 90 seats available per performance and these are sold on a first-come-first-served basis. Booking essential.

Questions, concerns or thoughts?

Please get in touch with us, we are always happy to discuss your needs.

Guy Watson

Artistic Director​

guy@cousinjacks.org

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