Good afternoon all,
I recently had an email from Kathryn Welch, from the Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling, relating to a special performance of their Pantomime for people who are bothered by affects such as dry ice/smoke like effects.
They were able to put on a 'low haze' performance, for people with a lung condition and Kathryn was curious to know of your experiences with such issues.
Please see the message below, from Kathryn. If you have any questions or feedback please contact her directly on the email address she's included.
- Dear BLF community,
- I hoped to pick your collective brains about the use of haze (i.e. the smoke-like - special effect) used in theatres. I'm Operations Director at Macrobert Arts Centre, a - theatre in Stirling, Scotland. We've recently worked with a local family living with - Cystic Fibrosis over recent years to put on a 'low haze' performance of Panto, which - they've hugely appreciated.
- We wondered if there was wider demand for this sort of provision among people - with lung conditions? I'd be really grateful if you could share any perspective on - whether haze is something that affects your trips to the theatre, and whether you'd - attend a 'low haze' performance. For background, details on the composition of the - haze we use is here: smokemachines.net/buy-pro-h...
- Thanks so much in advance for any insight you could share, Kathryn Welch - Operations Director, Macrobert Arts Centre - Kathryn.email@example.com
Thanks for your input, have a good day,
Biddy - Specialist Adviser
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