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Through our Envison programme we create bespoke, multi-sensory theatrical experiences for visually-impaired children and young people. 

Envision events are stimulating full-day interactive experiences, involving: 
  • A 90-minute workshop led by trained theatre educators
  • A touch tour, exploring the show set, props and costumes up close
  • An audio-described performance, enjoyed from front-row stall seats!
We run Envision experiences throughout the West End, including at Disney's The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Aladdin, Wicked, War Horse and Matilda The Musical. 
Envision can help to: 
  • Boost students' confidence and communication skills 
  • Provide students with new life experiences, including travelling to London and being a theatre audience member 
  • Strengthen relationships between teachers, carers and students - a unique bonding experience away from the classroom 


Envision costs just £10 per student and £12.50 per adult


We work with two productions per year to offer two dates per show, including one weekend/holiday date and three term-time dates.  

  • Term-time dates are offered to VI young people aged 11-18 and their teachers/carers or parents
  • Saturday/school holiday dates are offered to VI children aged 6+ and their family members

More information: 

Download our pdf for more info and watch this short video to get a taste of what to expect on an Envision day.  


Forthcoming events: 













The Wider Earth

  • Natural History Museum
  • Thurs 8 & 15 November
  • 10am & 4.40pm

A new theatre in the Natural History Museum will be unveiled for the European premiere of award-winning drama The Wider EarthJoin the 22-year-old Charles Darwin on HMS Beagle's daring voyage to the far side of the world, and discover the gripping story behind one of the most important discoveries in history. 

The Wider Earth features a cast of seven, remarkable puppetry, an original score and cinematic animations to bring to life uncharted landscapes.


Useful links

Daytrippers Day Trip Travel Grants

Daytrippers is a children’s charity which creates opportunities to students with disabilities and their families by providing funding for day trips. If your school group might be interested in applying for a grant to attend a Mousetrap event through this organisation, please visit the Daytrippers Website.

John Lyon's Charity: School Explorer Fund

The School Explorer Fund is open to all state primary schools and special schools (primary or secondary) in Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Harrow, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. 

Grants awarded under this fund are available to help schools access and take part in Arts activities at the many high class institutions in London. Activities could include visits to the theatre, a musical experience or to a museum or art gallery.  For more information and to fill out an application form, please visit the John Lyon's website.


Contact Us

Mousetrap Theatre Projects
33 Shaftesbury Avenue,

Visitors: Entrance is on Rupert Street

t: 020 7632 4111
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Also, find us here:

Registered charity number 1053434