A young girl called Aleiah becomes lost after leaving her family to prove her independence. Join her as she discovers the stories of three women from Black British History. Discover old stories, told in new and exciting ways, and help Aleiah find her way through the city she thought she knew.

‘Aleiah’s Adventure’ is a beautiful coming-of-age story which uses visual-storytelling and BSL to celebrate local stories and diversity in the North West.

This production is socially distanced, and audience members are limited to keep our children and families safe.

Suitable for ages 8+
Tue 02 Nov / 5.00pm
Lostock Hall Library

Watkin Lane
Lostock Hall

Box office: Call in to purchase tickets over the counter or purchase online via Ticketsource
If you have an enquiry about the show, Spot On HQ can help: 01254 660360

Tickets: £6 per child (children must be accompanied by an adult)

Further Information

The show features BSL and visual-storytelling throughout.
Music will be included in the show, but there are no sudden loud noises.
The characters may ask the audience for some help. You do not have to participate if you don’t want to.

This show was developed with support from Big Imaginations a children’s theatre consortium