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The company wants the productions to be enjoyed by those who are unable to go to the theatre, including neurodivergent people, the elderly and children

A pioneering “virtual stage” launched by Birmingham Royal Ballet will use immersive technology to help neurodivergent audiences access their shows for the first time.

The project uses virtual and augmented reality to create performances and immersive experiences that can be seen by audiences who may otherwise be unable to go to the theatre.

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