A route map will be available to all audience members (online and hard copy) outlining the route, sensory and practical information (toilets, busy roads, noisy areas) as well as links to support for survivors and potential activists. You can see examples of these on our city pages (London / Edinburgh).
There will be a wheelchair accessible route with areas that may be difficult to navigate marked on the route map.
Audio based descriptions of the site-based illustrations are built into the audio experience. Unfortunately, we do not have audio description available for our route maps. We recommend that you attend with a friend that you know and trust. If you require assistance navigating the route, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A short video of the route will be available 48 hours in advance.
We offer free tickets to carers and personal assistants.
In some locations, a quiet space is available for use by the audience in advance of or after they experience Niqabi Ninja by Sara Shaarawi.
Details for BSL interpreter & Captioned experiences are below.Locations
BSL interpreted and captioned video of the audio play is available, interpreted by Sumayya Si-Tayeb.
This will involve watching the film on a tablet at the venue, then taking 30 minutes afterwards to walk the route and see the illustrations along the way. The whole experience takes 1hr 45m.
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Niqabi Ninja by Sara Shaarawi is
an Independent Arts Projects (Edinburgh) production
in association with Hewar Company (Alexandria).
Co-commissioned by Shubbak Festival.
Supported by British Council Arts‘ Digital Collaboration Fund,
Creative Scotland’s Sustaining Creative Development Fund
and Edinburgh International Festival.