Hello Little People make 120 ‘solidarity tickets’ available to local charities and community groups, in a bid to make theatre more accessible.
The Island’s professional Children’s Theatre company will bring CINDERFELLA, YESSIR! specifically created for the Isle of Man to the Kensington Arts Centre in Douglas from 21st – 28th December.
The solidarity ticket scheme has been launched by Hello Little People to allow families who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to attend to enjoy the show and experience professional theatre this Christmas.
Hello Little People is passionate about making theatre as accessible as possible and so is donating tickets to local charities and organisations that can distribute tickets to families who will benefit from the scheme.
Charities receiving the tickets include the Children’s Centre, Salvation Army and Crossroads Caring for Carers, alongside children at local primary schools.
Michelle James, co-producer of Hello Little People says “We know Christmas can be a particularly hard, expensive time of year for some families. Hello Little People is passionate about making theatre accessible for everyone, and encouraging everyone to participate in the arts regardless of their background. That is why we have launched our Solidarity Tickets this year, to allow families who otherwise wouldn’t have been able to come to our show to join us in having fun and spreading joy at Christmas.”
Hello Little People’s solidarity tickets are made possible thanks to the generosity and support from Celton Manx, Phil and Norma Richards, PSL Business Consultants and the Manx Benevolent Fund.
If you are a charity or organisation that would benefit from receiving solidarity tickets, or if you would like to donate towards the Solidarity Ticket Fund, please contact email@example.com.
Tickets are on sale to the general public and can be purchased at hellolittlepeople.com