Children in Wimbledon will be the first to see a play specially designed for a deaf and blind audience.

Oily Cart Theatre Company produce theatre for young people with learning difficulties and autism for 35 years.

The latest show is a re-imagining of Samuel Coleridge's poem, Kubla Khan. It tells the story of the palace of the Mongol ruler and Emperor of China, Kublai Khan.

The text will be brought to life with sights, sounds and smells. The theatre company are working alongside national charity Sense to take the production on tour for children and young people who are deafblind.

A preview of the show will be held for schoolchildren and their carers at Linden Lodge, Wimbledon on August 24.

Kubla Khan will then embark on its tour, starting with Boing Festival in Canterbury on August 26 and 27.

There will be further showings at The Albany in Deptford on September 26 and 27, and Artsdepot in North Finchley on October 11 and 12.