Making theatre more autism-friendly
A new theatre production aims to make going to the theatre a better experience for adults and children with autism.
Most of us take going to the theatre or cinema for granted but for those with the condition it can be a seriously daunting prospect.
The National Theatre of Scotland has staged a special performance of its latest show for children.
BBC Scotland's arts correspondent Pauline McLean reports on how more theatre companies and cinemas have realised they can improve the experience for audience members with autism by making a few minor adjustments.
27 May 2013
- From the section Scotland