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Frozen Light present '2065'

A theatre show for adults with PMLD & their carers

Tue 21 - Thu 23 September 2021, 11am & 1.30pm

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?

2065 is a futuristic sensory extravaganza for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities. Frozen Light are specialists in making sensory theatre for adult audiences with PMLD and this is there fifth touring production.

“The way the show is so carefully tailored to the audience’s needs provides a vital reminder that theatre can accommodate everyone.” ★★★★ The Stage

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Each performance is for six people with PMLD & their carers. Tickets are not available online, so please call the Reading Arts Box Office on 0118 9606060 (Monday to Friday, 10am - 4pm) or email

2065 Visual Story


Are there any lighting or strobe effects?


Will there be music or songs?

There is an almost continual original soundtrack and many moments of live music and song.

How many performers are there?

Three actor musicians.

What’s the recommended age limit?

13+ with PMLD. Suitable for Adults and young adults.

Does the audience have to stay in the space?

No, If the audience becomes distressed, they can leave the space and enter again as many times as they like.

Does the audience have to sit still and be quiet?

No, the audience can move around and make as much noise as they like. The performers are all trained to deal with this. The show has been devised by experts in working with people with PMLD and they are aware that people may need to make noise or move around the space. 2065 has been made with this in mind. Also, the seating is advisory only and if audience members want to watch the show from elsewhere in the room or on the stage this is fine.