Sat 21 Sep 2019
Running time (approx.): 2 hours (incl. 20 min interval)
Box Office: 0131 529 6000
Starting from £12*
* Ticket prices include a contribution to the Theatres Development Fund. A £1 handling charge will be added if you ask us to post your tickets.
Eye of the Storm
Best Show for Children and Young People - Wales Theatre Awards 2018
Relaxed performances specifically cater for people who would benefit from adjustments made to our shows, such as customers with Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory and communication disorders, or a learning disability. Were we can we make adjustments to the relaxed performance for audience members’ enjoyment. For example, we may keep our house lights up higher in the auditorium and less intense lighting and sound effects during the performance. It is a relaxed atmosphere for everyone and therefore audience noise and freedom of movement in and out of the auditorium as welcomed throughout the show.
“When clouds fill up the sky and the rain falls on you…I won’t mind, at least I feel alive”
A new musical play which will seize your heart and capture your mind. With original songs written by Grammy Award Winner Amy Wadge (Thinking Out Loud with Ed Sheeran) we follow the story of Emmie who is torn between following her dreams of being a scientist and caring for her mother.
Set in the Welsh valleys to a country folk sound track, Emmie must decide between pursuing her passion for science and fascination with tornados, and her duty as a young carer devoted to her mother. With a bursary to study in America up for grabs Emmie must fight to keep her place on her course and win the STEM competition with her invention for renewable energy.
This inspiring story features a live band on stage made up of a cast of 8 talented actor musicians. A theatrical event of courage, determination and compassion, guaranteed to enthral and inspire young people and their families.
By Geinor Styles and Amy Wadge, in partnership with Technocamps. Please book in person or on 0131 529 6000 (not available online).
Capital Theatres aim to be accessible to all. We are committed to making your visit to our theatres as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. All of our Front of House staff undergo disability awareness training and Dementia Friend Training and will be pleased to assist you should you require any information or help.