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Still, Here

Sun 13 Sep - Sat 31 Oct

FREE

Still, Here was commissioned by Chats Palace; presented in association with Shoreditch Town Hall as part of Hackney Carnival.

An audio exhibition across Hackney exploring learning disabled life in lockdown and beyond.

Discover a new side to Hackney’s streets in Access All Areas’ walking audio exhibition, Still, Here, launching on the day they would have opened and celebrated Hackney Carnival.

Walk the streets of the borough, and hear learning disabled and autistic artists share their experience of lockdown, their insights into life in Hackney, and their hopes for the ‘new normal’. Stop at key locations to hear reflections through spoken word, recorded conversations and found sound.

Still, Here is an invitation to stop, be still, and see through new eyes. It is a love letter to the places we have missed, a call to action to remember our neighbours and to consider our place in a post-lockdown world.

Dates: 13 September – 31 October 2020

Times: There is no set time as the route is self guided. The entire experience lasts approximately 90 minutes, with stops every 5-10 minutes. Choose to listen to one, a few or all the stops. We recommend experiencing Still, Here in the day time for maximum people watching, fresh air and lunch spots along the way.

Location: Various locations in Hackney, beginning at Hackney Town Hall and ending at Homerton Hospital

Booking link: There is no need to book. Simply scan the QR code on your smartphone to begin the tour. You can find the map of the route on Access All Area’s website: http://www.accessallareastheatre.org/

Cost: The audio exhibition is free to download and experience but you will be required to provide your own smartphone and headphones.

Age guide: We suggest the audio exhibition is best suited to ages 9+ but we would encourage parents and carers to consider the interests of individual children.

Access information: The whole route is outside. It is fully accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter. Each stop will include audio description that you will listen to as part of the experience. There will be a transcript for each stop, accessible via the QR code. An Easy Read visual guide will be available at http://www.accessallareastheatre.org/. For any questions regarding specific access requirements, please contact hello@accessallareastheatre.org

If you are listening to the audio exhibition with friends you can share the same experience at the same time and stay socially distanced.

Organizer

Access All Areas
Phone:
0207 613 6445
Email:
alex@accessallareastheatre.org
Website:
http://www.accessallareastheatre.org

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