Two Can Toucan

TwoCan Inclusive Theatre Company present an interactive interpretation of the story Two Can Toucan, by David McKee. Follow the fun tale of a nameless bird in the forest that was completely black, except for his white eyes. After being laughed at by all the other animals because he did not have a name, he goes to seek his fortune – and perhaps find a name!

This colourful adaptation brings a wonderful tale to life, creating a mischievous theatrical adventure that creatively uses British Sign Language and Audio Description to make the story accessible for everyone to enjoy.

Who is this event for?
This event is ideal for Early Years and Family audiences.

The Artists
Based in Gloucester, TwoCan Inclusive Theatre Company was born out of a frustration with the lack of accessibility in theatre for performers who use wheelchairs. They now produce creative work that tours schools and community venues, supported by a variety of access solutions and employ both disabled and non-disabled professional artists.

The performance will be BSL interpreted and Audio Descriptions will be available.

Why is this part of Doing Things Differently?
TwoCan Inclusive Theatre is experimenting with access as creativity and creativity as access to create multi-sensory theatre in accessible spaces that can be experienced by everyone.

The venue
Junction 3 Library - image of building

Please note – error in Brochure print
Our apologies that there were a couple of errors in the brochure print details for this event.
Unfortunately the name of the company was listed incorrectly – this should have stated ‘TwoCan Inclusive Theatre Company’.
Since going to print, the event time and location details have also been updated. The information on this website is correct.
We apologise for any inconvenience.