Odie’s Odd Odyssey– a new sensory show for families this Easter half term in Sussex
Head2Head Sensory Theatre, a disabilities theatre charity, has announced a NEW roaming, relaxed, sensory show – Odie’s Odd Odyssey – to tour schools in Worthing, Chichester, Horsham and Lewes in Sussex this April Easter half term.
Dates and venues:
Chailey Heritage, South Chailey, Lewes, East Sussex, Monday 4th – Tuesday 5th April
Queen Elizabeth II School, Horsham, West Sussex, Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th April
Oak Grove College, Worthing, West Sussex, Wednesday 13th – Thursday 14th April
Fordwater School, Chichester, West Sussex, Thursday 21st – Friday 22nd April
Performance Times: 11:15am & 2pm
Please continue to check our what’s on page for more venues and dates coming soon.
About Odie’s Odd Odyssey
Based on Homer’s The Odyssey, Odie’s Odd Odyssey is an interactive sensory show created especially for a special needs’ audiences but accessible to all, irrespective of age or stage of development.
Join Odie, as part of the ship’s crew, on their treacherous journey home to Ithaca.
Alongside Odie and his friends, embark on a mythical journey through ancient lands, be entranced by the lotus flowers, escape from Cyclops, be turned into a pig, lured by sirens, battle Scylla the 3-headed beast, and much more!
Makaton signed throughout, with plenty of singing, every scene is designed to be performed alongside the audience, not in front of them, making this a fully immersive, interactive and sensory experience – filled with sensory moments to captivate the audience.
Supported by West Sussex County Council and East Sussex County Council