The year is 2065: the people are stifled under an oppressive regime made up of all-powerful corporations. We follow a group of rebels who live outside the system and believe things can change for the better. How can they remind people of a time when things were different? When they hoped not only to survive but to thrive? Can they bring music back to a city where it is needed more than ever?
Join Frozen Light’s Archivist-Rebel in Residence as they guide you through what life was like in 2065.
A film for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities to experience from home. The movie is accompanied by a ‘Rebel Pack’ of sensory props, allowing audiences to explore the sights, sounds, smells, tastes and textures of the world of 2065, while watching the film.
Everything you need to experience 2065: The Multi-Sensory Movie will arrive in the post, including instructions on how to access the movie. Each box is designed for one person with profound and multiple learning disabilities and their family/companion.
Age guidance: 14+
Photo credits: Sam Halmarack
Tickets for the film and sensory boxes by post will be available from:
Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford
and others to be confirmed.
Reviews and Awards
‘Amazing quality of props, actors and music giving my son a fully multi-sensory experience in his own home’ (parent)
‘Totally engrossing theatre that jumped out of the tv screen and straight into my lap.’ (audience member)
(on 2065: The Multi-Sensory Movie)
‘The whole team make what is a very sophisticated, caringly crafted mixture of music and other sensory elements seem fresh, artless and above all unthreatening and rather magical.’
**** The Herald Scotland on The Forest by Frozen Light
About Frozen Light
Frozen Light are the only UK company exclusively touring theatre for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities to mainstream arts venues. Over seven years, they toured four productions to 70 venues across the UK. In 2019, 56% of their audience were first-time theatregoers. In 2016, Frozen Light were the first company to take a show specifically designed for audiences with PMLD to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, returning in 2017 as part of the British Council Showcase. In 2019, they were invited to New Zealand to work with Touch Compass Dance to support the development of the country’s first show specifically for audiences with PMLD, Masina Returning Home. Launched in June 2020, The Frozen Light Podcast was designed to stay in touch with audiences during the pandemic and to document their experiences.
The production and delivery was supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and was co-commissioned by Attenborough Arts Centre and Northern Stage. With thanks to: The Garage Norwich, Cambridge Junction, Ocado, Tesco and Rainbow Wholefoods Norwich.