Odie’s Odd Odyssey multi-sensory video now available FREE online

FREE multi-sensory video for disabled children – Head2Head Sensory Theatre, disabilities theatre charity, is offering FREE access to Odie’s Odd Odyssey as a multi-sensory video this summer via YouTube. 

Based on Homer’s The Odyssey, Odie’s Odd Odyssey is a multi-sensory interactive video created especially for a special needs audience but accessible to all, irrespective of age or stage of development. 

The Free multi-sensory video for disabled children is accompanied by a free resource pack which can be found on the Head2Head website. Copies of the video with closed captions + SRT file or burned captions can also be purchased as USB sticks instead, if preferred. 

Artistic Director of Head2Head Sensory Theatre, Sara Cole, said: “Our team has thoroughly enjoyed working on this production, which toured Sussex and Dorset this summer. We are thrilled to be able to offer this on video to an even larger online audience now.”  

Join Odie and his friends, as they 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 viewer, making this a fully immersive, interactive and sensory experience, filled with sensory moments to captivate its audience.  

Once you have accessed the video file and its accompanying resource pack just gather all the bits and bobs you need, grab your sensory props, press play and let the fun begin!  

How to access Odie’s Odd Odyssey FREE multi sensory video for disabled children

There are two ways you can access the Odie’s Odd Odyssey multi-sensory video.  

YouTube video link  

If you can access YouTube, the video and accompanying playlist can be found online to enjoy for FREE. 

Button click to view link to YouTube page to access our Free multi-sensory video for disabled children

We kindly ask for a suggested donation of £10, or whatever you can afford, via our DONATE page after you have enjoyed the experience

USB stick posted directly to your home 

If you don’t have access to YouTube, you can request a copy of the video and resource pack on a USB stick for £10 (including p&p). This will be posted to you via Royal Mail 2nd class post.  

Click on the button below to buy.