Stand and Be Counted (SBC) Theatre, the UK’s first Theatre Company of Sanctuary, and local children's theatre company, The Herd, announce Hidden Winter; an audio adventure for family audiences in association with Theatre in the Mill, Cast, Hull Truck Theatre and Oldham Coliseum Theatre, funded by Bradford Producing Hub and Arts Council England.
Hidden Winter follows 8-year-old Hiba, a mischievous cat, and a trail of winter clothes in a story celebrating the joys and difficulties of making friends in a new place. This brand-new adventure is designed to be experienced by audiences on mobile devices, whilst on walks in their local park, or at home, during national lockdown restrictions.
A captioned version of the story can be enjoyed on the 'instructions page' of the Hidden Winter website, linked below.
If you want to avoid using your phone data you can download the podcast version of Hidden Winter on the 'instructions page' of the website, linked below. Just download onto your phone using WiFi, then hit play - everything else will be explained when you start.
Hidden Winter has been co-created with young asylum-seeker children and families in Bradford and will be available for FREE in English and Arabic from Friday 19 February.
Suitable for ages 5+
Hidden Winter is co-written between Rosie MacPherson and Sam Caseley, and co-directed by Hannah Butterfield and Ruby Thompson and produced by John Tomlinson. The creative team also includes narration by Firas Chihi, illustrator Lucy Bingham, designer Smart Banda and sound designer Ed Waring. It is the first collaboration between SBC Theatre and The Herd Theatre, in association with Theatre in the Mill, Cast, Hull Truck Theatre and Oldham Coliseum Theatre, funded by Bradford Producing Hub and Arts Council England.