Dates and Access

Performances:

 

All performances are free to attend but tickets must be booked in advance. Please visit Stockton Riverside Festival to book your ticket from 16 July. 

 


Thursday 2 August 8.30pm
Friday 3 August 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Stockton International Festival, Stockton-on-Tees
Stockton High Street, Stockton-on-Tees

Access:

This Is Not For You features creative integration of British Sign Language and Audio Description. Captions will also be available via The Difference Engine. This is an App created by Talking Birds Theatre, which will allow audiences to stream the captions directly to their smartphone or wifi enabled tablet.

If you have an Android device, you can download the Android App via Google Play. If you have an iOS (Apple) device, you can download the App from the App Store. We suggest that you download the App in advance if possible. Upon arriving at Stockton High Street, you will be able to connect to The Difference Engine wifi network and access the captions once the show starts. Full instructions will be provided and there will be people on site who can assist you with logging on, but for your reference on the day, the wifi password is engine123.

This Is Not For You explores war, grief, post traumatic stress, and features some loud sounds which are evocative of a war zone. The piece is presented outdoors, in a relaxed environment, allowing audiences to enjoy it in whichever way best suits them.

The show is approximately one hour long. If you require a seat/wheelchair space in the accessible seating area, we advise that you arrive with plenty of time to speak to an usher who can direct you to this area.

If you have any questions or wish to discuss your access requirements, please contact Lizzy Leggat, Access Manager at Graeae on 020 7613 6900 or lizzy@graeae.org.

Stewards will be on Stockton High Street during all performances to guide you to the show.

 

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