A physical theatre company will be performing its show about fatherhood in Bridport on its third UK tour.

Birmingham-based physical theatre company Altered Skin’s Fatherhood, explores the complexities of being a father in the 21st century, especially of a young son of mixed South Indian, Turkish & Austrian heritage.

It will be performed at Bridport Arts Centre on March 14 at 7.30pm.

The performance includes BSL and other sign languages to ensure that accessibility for deaf and hard of hearing audiences is at the heart of the show.

Translation is also provided by integrated captions, developed by Mark Morreau, a former circus performer turned filmmaker.

Creative Director Shane Shambhu said: “When I became a dad, the focus of my life completely shifted.

"I had to embrace a new identity with a different outlook and priorities from my former self. I want to celebrate this fundamental relationship in all its forms.”

Tickets are available to purchase on the Bridport Arts Centre website: https://www.bridport-arts.com/event/fatherhood/