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The Bar at the Edge of Time

Tuesday 22nd & Wednesday 23rd October, 11am & 1.30pm The Workshop Theatre

Frozen Light Presents...

The Bar at the Edge of Time

The glasses are polished, the lights are down low, and time will be hopping. The Bar at the Edge of Time waits only for you, so what are you wating for?

Leave the hours, minutes, and seconds behind, step across the threshold and meet the bar's maestro mixologists, crooners, and hosts. But a mystery lies at the heart of this place, a mystery hidden even from them. One that can only be solved when we spend our time together.

A multi-sensory spectacular for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilties.

Running Time: 60 minutes

Age Guidance

The age guidance for this show is 16+. The show is set in a cocktail bar, with alcoholic drinks on offer for audience members over the age of 18. Although the show has been created for adults, younger audiences are very welcome to attend and non-alcoholic drinks are available.


Tuesday 22nd October 2024, 11am & 1.30pm

Wednesday 23rd October 2024, 11am & 1.30pm

Book your tickets here

More about Frozen Light

Frozen Light creates exciting and original multi-sensory theatre for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and tours it to theatre venues and arts centres nationwide.

Frozen Light has a passion for: stories and adventures; engaging interactive theatre; devised theatre with original and electrifying soundtracks; theatre that is fun and mischievous; theatre that questions; theatre that is bold; theatre that encompasses all senses.

We create theatre you can touch, theatre you can smell, theatre that happens during intimate one to one interactions, theatre that is collective.

We make work for adult audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities, although our work is often enjoyed by people from all the generations. We build safe spaces in which to take risks and transport our audiences to sensory worlds filled with awe and wonder.

We tour to theatres, arts centres, festivals and beautiful curated outdoor spaces. We fill venues full of joy and work in partnership with them to open their doors to audiences who may not have been there before.

Additional Information


At the National Youth Theatre we make accessibility an utmost concern.

  • Our building is accessible to wheelchairs users including lift access across all five floors and every rehearsal space and meeting room.
  • Our Workshop Theatre and new rehearsal rooms and meeting spaces have hearing induction loops.
  • The building has a Changing Places facility and three other disabled toilet facilities and accessible showers across two floors for use by our visitors and the public.
  • There are blue badge parking bays near by on Holloway Road.

Download a map of how to get to our building

Download a map of the Grounds and First Floors of our building

Images of the restrooms

This map includes the Workshop Theatre, Workshop Studio, the Workshop Green Room, toilet facilities, the Reading Room, the Creative Hub, the N7 Studio and reception. The Map including information on assembly points in the event of an emergency.

Please find more access information about our building here

Visual Story Document

This visual story will help you prepare for the show. If you would like a physical copy posted to you, please contact Emma by emailing emma@frozenlighttheatre.com

Please click here for the visual document

You can also scroll to the bottom of the page to see the shows trailer


If you would like any additional information, or have questions, please contact info@nyt.org.uk or FROZEN LIGHT on emma@frozenlighttheatre.com

This is rated 5 out of 5 stars

“This is a show that offers its audience a taste of intoxicang theatre, delivered in a safe space by gentle, skilled performers, yet with all the wild thrills intact. It was the best gig I’ve been to in ages, in a bar where everyone gets to share the good times.”

, The Stage