Autact Theatre CIC are taking their one-woman play, The Duck: A glimpse into one autistic woman's world, on tour to Cheltenham, Brighton, Bedford, Oxford and more (details at Autact.co.uk). We would love to know what would help autistic audience members to attend a theatre production.

We are an autistic-led, neurodiverse theatre company, funded by Arts Council England. It would help us so much to learn what is good and bad about attending the theatre, and what we can do to make things easier.

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* 1. Are you autistic?

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* 2. In the past year how often have you been to the theatre?

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* 3. What puts you off attending the theatre? (Tick all that apply)

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* 4. If more information about a performance was provided, how would you like it presented?

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* 5. How important are each of the following to you?

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Disabled access
Information about parking and transport links
Photos of the venue
A floorplan of the venue
Photos of the performers
Information about how long the performance is
Information about whether you can stim during the performance
Information about sound and lighting in the performance
Information about whether you are safe to leave if you feel overwhelmed

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* 6. Autact Theater CIC is a neurodiverse theatre company, led by an autistic person, would this affect how likely you would be to attend the performance?

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* 7. Is there anything you can think of that would make you feel welcomed to the performance?

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* 8. Any other comments

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