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Thumb Size Grimm (Cancelled)
Thumb Size Grimm (Cancelled)

***This event has been cancelled***


Chichester City Arts Centre

Thumb Size Grimm (Cancelled)

A multi-sensory, accessible interactive show for children with SEND & their neurotypical siblings.

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Time & Venue

***This event has been cancelled***

Chichester City Arts Centre, St Bartholomew’s Church, Mount Ln, Chichester PO19 3DQ, UK

What you need to know

***This event has been cancelled***

About the show

Thumb Size Grimm – accessible, multi-sensory and interactive. 

Join our pocket size heroes on their larger-than-life adventures in an enchanting fairy tale world. Makaton signing, fun sensory props and pre-recorded Big Macs. 

Suitable for children with a wide range of learning difficulties and disabilities and their neurotypical siblings.

About the artist

Head2Head Sensory Theatre charity is passionate about making the magic of theatre accessible to all. 

Established in 2006 they tour London and South East England providing 'whole family' entertainment. Their aim is to enable children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and physical disabilities to enjoy interactive theatre experiences designed around their needs and to share the fun with their siblings and parents.  

Many of the young people who access their performances face exclusion because of their disabilities. Head2Head provide opportunities for them and their families to engage with a wide range of interactive shows designed around their needs, both in live performance and through their YouTube Learning Channel. Find out more on their website.

You can follow Head2Head Sensory Theatre on Facebook, Instagram and X

Ticket info

Standard (11:15): £5

Standard (14:00): £5

NHS/Concessions (11:15): £4

NHS/Concessions (14:00): £4

Seats are allocated on a first come first served basis. Refunds are not available, though if you can't make the show, you can always pass your ticket on to someone else.

The venue

A new arts and community venue close to the city centre, set in the former church of St Bartholomew’s (a 200 year old late Georgian grade II listed building!).

Please read our Accessibility Guide if you’d like information on our 2024 venues.


This event is suitable for 2-12 year olds, both neurodiverse and neurotypical (and parents of course!). 

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