The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe | Sensory-Friendly Performance
Sensory-friendly performances are designed especially for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, sensory sensitivities, or other disabilities. Our goal is to create a welcoming, inclusive, and relaxed environment.
To provide a supportive and welcoming environment for children and families, sensory-friendly performances include:
- Reduction of loud or jarring sounds
- Reductions in flashing or strobe lights
- Modification of the house lights during the performance
- Accommodated house rules: audience members are free to talk or move during the show
- Extra staff and volunteer support
- Designated “Take a Break Space”
About The Show: Journey to the land of Narnia. Discover the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, his struggle with the White Witch, and the adventures of four children who inadvertently wander into an old wardrobe. For information about the show, click here visit the main show page.
Prepare for your visit!
- A Guide to Attending Sensory-Friendly Performances
- Welcome to RLT (VIDEO) | Parking, Facilities, and Mission
Thanks to our show sponsor, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina.
The sensory-friendly performance is Nov 3 at 1:00 p.m. Tickets available now. Buy them online or from the box office at 919-821-3111. Group sales will also be available from the box office.
Sensory Friendly Seating is General Admission Seating.
Personal Care Attendants
Visitors with disabilities may be accompanied by paid Personal Care Attendants (PCA) at no additional cost during their visit to Raleigh Little Theatre. This applies to all ticketed events that the visitor is attending. This also applies to individual, membership, complimentary and group sales tickets.
Visitors with PCAs who wish to purchase advance tickets should contact the Box Office at 919-821-3111 to request complimentary companion tickets for a paid PCA. These tickets must be picked up in person by the visitor or the paid PCA at the Box Office. It is advised that visitors contact the Box Office for tickets for reserved seating events early to ensure that a seat is available at the theatre.
All performances are wheelchair accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available for all performances. A hearing loop has also been installed in the Cantey V. Sutton Theatre.
Audio description for those with visual disabilities. The Sunday, October 28 performance at 5pm will be described.