Take Me Somewhere endeavours to make the festival as welcoming and easy to engage with as possible. If there is anything we can do to make your experience more enjoyable please don’t hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to help.
All performances in our programme have a clear ‘Access’ section which identifies any additional support systems that are in place.
All Take Me Somewhere venues are wheelchair accessible with access to accessible toilets.
Tramway - 9 headsets available from the Tramway box office receiving a transmission directly from the sound desk. The receivers can also be connected to most hearing aid devices. These are only available for performances in the large T1 space.
Platform - 9 headsets available from the Platform box office receiving a transmission directly from the sound desk. These are only available for performances in the main theatre space.
Available for selected Tramway shows. Subpacs are wearable audio technology that convert the sound in the performance into vibrations you can feel. Please ask at box office to receive one, 4 available per show.
All BSL interpretation is creatively integrated into the performance. Interpreted performances are:
Saturday 11th May / Lauren Barri Holstein ‘Notorious’ (Interpreted by Yvonne Strain)
Thursday 16th & Saturday 18th May / V/DA’s ‘Sonic Seance’ (Interpreted by Bea Webster)
Friday 24th & Saturday 25th May / 21 Common’s ‘In The Interest Of…’ (Interpreted by Iain Hodgetts)
Friday 24th & Sunday 26th / In The Ink Dark (Interpreted by Rachel Amy)
Saturday 25th May / Ásrún Magnúsdóttir’s ‘Listening Party’ (Interpreted by Brooklyn Melvin)
Saturday 25th May / Brownton Abbey (Interpreted by Ali Gordon)
Sunday 26th May / Nora Chipaumire ‘100%POP’ (Interpreted by Ali Gordon)
Friday 31st May & Saturday 1st June / Bassline Circus’s ‘Kid_X’ (Interpreted by Bea Webster)
Thursday 16th May / Ivo Dimchev’s ‘P-Project’
Saturday 18th May / Mette Ingvartsen’s ‘21 Pornographies’
Wed 22nd & Thu 23rd May / Nima Sene’s ‘Beige B*tch’
Wed 22nd May / Jaha Koo’s ‘Cuckoo’
Gender Neutral Toilets
All Take me Somewhere venues have access to gender neutral toilets.
We do not currently have additional support in place for visually impaired audiences. This is an area that we are looking to develop for our future activity, if you would like to speak to us further about this please contact email@example.com