The semi-integrated performance will take place in the Swan Theatre on 17 October.

Our British Sign Language (BSL) semi-integrated performance of Christopher Marlowe's Dido, Queen of Carthage will be taking place on 17 October as part of our series of assisted performances.

The sign language interpreter will be integrated into the performance, appearing in costume, interacting with the actors and taking part in the on-stage action.

The performance will also be followed by a signed post-show talk with some of the cast and creatives.

Directed by Kimberley Sykes, the show features Chipo Chung in the title role and is running at the Swan Theatre until 28 October.

Hermes, messenger of the gods, confronts Aeneas.
Will Bliss as Hermes and Sandy Grierson as Aeneas in Dido, Queen of Carthage.
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Other assisted performances for Dido, Queen of Carthage include a captioned performance on 20 October and an audio described performance on 26 October.

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