FRI 2ND DEC 2022 | 7:00PM – 11:00PM
The High Risk Club is a music and performance night for folks who are high risk and their friends! This is a masked gig for all of us who have been isolated at home and excluded from attending other events!
For those who have missed dancing and having a laugh at gigs!
This event is free to disabled and/or chronically ill folks, their carers/assistants and anyone who earns below a living wage.
Tiered ticket pricing for anyone earning/earning above a living wage.
Chronic Collective is a multidisciplinary curatorial art collective with a strong focus on accessibility in the arts led by queer and disabled/chronically ill artists Tara Carroll & Áine O’Hara. They strive to create opportunities to platform disabled and/or chronically ill artists’ work in a supportive and care-focused environment, catering to individual needs with a view to alleviating some of the barriers faced when creating and exhibiting work.
THE COMMON THREAD
The Common Thread forms part of our WOWTE Programme. It is a series of experiments and happenings that serve as an ongoing public discussion, drawing out shared themes and engaging audiences in an ongoing conversation about the goals and strategies of social change: what kind of society do we want and how should we get there?
Further Information: https://a4sounds.org/the-high-risk-club/
Social distancing measures:
All of the A4 Team are fully vaccinated and are adhering to social distancing rules.
Masks are to be worn indoors at all times.
No drinks can be consumed in the event space, but we have a lovely outdoor space with seating and coverings!
We encourage folks who are able to, to walk or cycle to the gallery.
Our accessibility information is below. Full info: https://cutt.ly/w1e6fTL
Event Specific Information
There will be music played on a PA system.
The event space will be lit with bright RGB and UV Lighting.
There will be projectors, and video playing at the event.
There will be three performances which will either use microphones or be amplified through the PA System.
There will be regular breaks throughout where you can go outside for fresh air, have a drink, smoke or a snack.
Our gallery is located on the ground floor and is accessible.
There are double doors to enter, which you can push to open. Assistance will be provided on the evening if needed.
There is a small ramp into the gallery space.
The event will be standing and seated by preference; if you want to dance or sit back and relax.
Various seating will be provided including sofas, armchairs, and plastic canteen seating. A small number of padded cushions are available for the plastic seating.
Our bathrooms are gender-neutral
Our bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible. They are located on the first floor via a flight of stairs (approx 22 steps) so may also be inaccessible for people with movement impairments. There are bathrooms located on the ground floor of the Findlater Pub next door which can be used, they again are not wheelchair accessible and a there is a step to enter the pub.
If you have specific needs that are not included in this information please get in touch via and we will work with you to ensure you are comfortable on your visit. You can email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.