Inclusive arts productions
Forget-Me-Not-Productions has collaborated with nursing, residential homes, care homes and also hospitals to create quality reminiscence inclusive arts performances from 2002 – present.
2020/2021 – a lockdown pantomime performed live via Zoom. Once Upon a Nursery Crime (it’s Virtually a Panto!) is sensory and also interactive. It is suitable for very young children and also individuals with Multi-Sensory Impairments.
Cinderella; an Interactive Pantomime
2019/2020 – an interactive sensory pantomime, suitable for all age groups. It has toured nurseries, day centres, nursing homes and also community venues. It is a modern take on Cinderella, with plenty of inclusive arts opportunities for the audience to get up and get involved.
2019/2020 – a revue style exploration of ‘the best of the worst of times’, looking at inventions and discoveries of the decade. It also incorporates the greatest hits of the ‘forces sweetheart’.
Christmas Crackers part 3: Elf the Panto
2018/2019 – an inclusive pantomime, suitable for all age groups. It is an adaptation of Elf the Musical adapted by Jac Richards, a disabled Performing Arts student and also an emerging songwriter.
Christmas Crackers part 2: A Christmas Carol
2017/2018 – the second installment of our inclusive pantomime Christmas Crackers. It is an adaptation of A Christmas Carol told from the point of view of two elves. It also uses a blend of interactive drama, music, dance and multimedia.
2016/2017 – an inclusive pantomime, suitable for all age groups. It is an adaptation of The Grinch who Stole Christmas told from the point of view of two elves. It also uses a blend of interactive drama, music, dance, multimedia and puppetry.
2014/2015 – a revue of the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s & 70s looking at the inventions, discoveries, culture, music and also the politics of each decade. Using authentic props, costumes and memories to make nostalgia exactly what it used to be.
Memories – an inclusive arts production
2012/2013 – a look at the music of WWII, in which audiences are encouraged to participate by sharing stories while also responding to visual and audio stimuli. Their responses are then scripted and also used to create short performance pieces.
2010/2012 – big hits from the silver screen! What do you get if you cross “Calamity Jane” with “Annie Get Your Gun”? Meet Calamity Annie, a tough cookie who also has a soft centre!
Let it Snow
2007/2009 – inclusive arts performance: it’s Christmas Eve and Alex finds a box filled with letters in her grandmother’s attic and she also uncovers a secret!