Just Start Here, 4.00pm – Visual Guide

Visual Guide for Just Start Here, 4.00pm

A band perform on stage. A woman sings into a microphone while a man plays the drums.

I am going to Just Start Here at the Anatomy Rooms

The show will start at 4.00pm. I should arrive a little earlier than this.

A grey brick archway at the entrance to the Anatomy Rooms in Aberdeen

I will go through this archway to get to the main entrance.

I will enter through these doors into the Anatomy Rooms.

I will see this hall after going in. There will be National Theatre of Scotland staff who can help with any questions about the event. It might be quite busy and noisy with other members of the audience.

I can show my ticket to the staff on the welcome desk or ask them if I can buy one if there’s space.

I will go down to the end of the hallway to reach the entrance to the Dissection Rooms, where the performances will take place.

I will go through these doors to the performance venue.

I will watch the performances in this large, open room. The toilets will be clearly marked and I can get to them from doors off the Dissection Room.

The performances will have a lot of different elements. There will be projections, sounds and music, people speaking into microphones, dancing and acting.

A man hosts a discussion. Groups of people sit around the room listening. A young woman provides BSL interpretation.

All parts of Just Start Here will be translated into BSL, a visual language, by Helen Farrelly & Rebecca Goodall.

If at any time I feel like leaving I can go back out the entrance doors to the chill out space.


This guide will be updated with more information nearer to the event date.




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