A DEAF centre in Huddersfield is staging a show tonight.
The thought-provoking comedy, What Happened Behind The Curtain, will be at Huddersfield Deaf Centre on Trinity Street.
The members have been meeting every week to share their experiences of health issues and to discuss their experiences of visiting their GP and the hospital.
As a result, they have come up with some funny, serious and shocking stories which will be expressed through drama to raise awareness.
Others who are attending include NHS professionals and Kirklees councillors.
Huddersfield Deaf Centre chairman Danny Lane said: “It is the first time that deaf people have been voicing their thoughts and feelings on stage in front of the council and health sector.
“The whole show is improvised and is based on real life stories.’’
Tickets cost £5 with £2.50 for concessions including pensioners, the unemployed and students.
Deaf Centre is at 53A Trinity Street, near the town centre, through an alleyway just above the Kabana restaurant.