Libby's Eyes take to the London stage

May 10, 08:40 AM
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Libby's Eyes is a play created by a visually impaired writer (starring two visually impaired actors) about disability, the benefits system and sight loss. It even has a unique form of audio description for non-sighted AND sighted audiences. RNIB's Kris Wallace chatted to the writer of Libby's Eyes, Amy Bethan Evans, and lead actress, Georgie Morrell, to discover the genesis of the play and what theatre goers can expect from a unique night at the theatre.

Libby's Eyes is playing at The Bunker Theatre (Southwark Street, London) from the 11th June, every Monday and Thursday, until the 7th July. There are only eight performances so book soon to avoid disappointment! Tickets are available from https://www.bunkertheatre.com/whats-on/libbys-eyes