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Still, Here

Still, Here

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

Dates and Venues

There is no set time as the route is self guided. The entire route lasts approximately 90 minutes, with stops every 5-10 minutes.
13 September - 31 October 2020

About the production

Discover a new side to the streets of East London in our walking audio exhibition, Still, Here, launching on the day when we would have celebrated Hackney Carnival.

In a year when the annual buzz of street carnivals has fallen silent, audiences are invited instead to visit our Hackney streets and hear learning disabled and autistic artists share their experiences of lockdown, and their hopes for the ‘new normal’. Stop at key locations to hear reflections through spoken word, recorded conversations and found sound.

How does it work?

Still, Here is an outdoor audio exhibition on the streets of Hackney.

It has eight stops. Each stop has an Exhibition Poster with a QR code. Use your smartphone camera to scan the QR code. This will take you to our audio recordings of sounds and words spoken by the artists.

The experience is free. There is no need to book. Simply scan the QR code on your smartphone to begin the tour. There is no live performance, so you can enjoy it at your own pace, and start at any time you like.

Begin the experience at the information display outside Hackney Town Hall. You can then make your own way along the route of 8 stops finishing at Homerton Hospital.

We recommend experiencing Still, Here in the daytime for maximum people watching, fresh air and lunch spots along the way.

Access

The whole route is outside. It is fully accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter.

Video captions on your smartphone, and audio description, are included as part of the experience.

Download the Easy Read Visual Guide

For any questions regarding specific access requirements, please email hello@accessallareastheatre.org

Map of the route

Social distancing

There will not be any live performers or ushers on the route. You will use your own smartphone and headphones for the experience so you will not have to touch anything.

There will not be any live performers or ushers on the route. You will use your own smartphone and headphones for the experience so you will not have to touch anything.

Tickets & Booking

Free to download and experience but you will be required to provide your own smartphone and headphones.

There is no need to book. Simply scan the QR code on the poster with your smartphone to begin the tour.

Locations

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

Share your thoughts on social media using #AAAStillHere.

 

Cast

Creatives & Crew

  • Plus the voices of Black Cab members past and present
  • Co-Director Helen Bryer
  • Co-Director Adam Smith
  • Sound Designer John Kelly
  • Producer Patrick Collier
  • Graphic Designer Rebecca Pitt
  • Photography Richard Davenport
  • Films Nusa Films

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