Future Cargo

Requardt & Rosenberg, Presented by The Place

3 & 4 September, 8pm

Duration: 50 minutes

What to expect: Sensory spectacle

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Tickets: Free but ticketed

Contact the Box Office: boxoffice@festival.org | 07553 191 543 – please note this number will be monitored as often as possible during the festival.

A truck arrives in Silvertown from an unknown location loaded with a mystery shipment. As the sides roll up, a strange and unstoppable process is set into motion. This contemporary sci-fi dance show reveals a world where the normal rules don’t apply. Created in the Royal Docks by the makers of Motor Show, (GDIF 2012) this extraordinary new outdoor production, takes audiences into a surreal visual and aural experience enhanced with 360 sound on personal headsets.

 

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Access

Site Access

There is level access to the performance locations. Some moments of shingles, and euromatting to cover uneven areas.  

Viewing area 

A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available.  

On-site walking distances  

Minimal 

Respite and Access Areas 

Large site with a Food and Beverage area.  

Accessible Toilets 

On site Accessible toilet 

Blue badge parking  

Blue Badge Parking on site. Please contact the box office with the time and date of your performance and your registration plate. Cars cannot be kept on site before or after the performance. 

Public parking is best around the excel centre, please check your parking & if it needs to be paid this is not the responsibility of GDIF. 

Access drop-off point 

On site at London E16 2GS, UK- Opposite Pontoon Dock DLR at sign marked ‘NHS Car Park’ Photo route 

Meet directly at Pontoon Dock DLR station and Volunteers will direct you to site.  

Contact  

Alex if you have any Access questions: alex@festival.org // 07899 893 935 

Other audience questions, contact our Box Office: boxoffice@festival.org 

 

Show Access

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Audio Described (Digital)
  • Easy Read Description Available – click here to download

Saturday 4 September Access:

  • Captioned Performance

Captions provided by the Difference Engine App on your phones – download before arrival and bring a portable charger.

Brochure

Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day. Visit our Access page for more information.

Content & Trigger Warnings: Some loud noises and flashing lights. Prolonged standing throughout. Chairs will be available for access users.

BSL interpreted description and Audio Description about the show are available on this page.

Notes for Audience

Future Cargo uses headsets to create a 360° sound. Audio Description available for every performance.

This is a free ticketed show. Please include all members of your party, including companions or Personal Assistants in your booking. Please inform Box Office of your access requirements.

Audio Description

Where to find it

Future Cargo will be performed in the Royal Docks, London.

Meet outside Pontoon Dock DLR Station, E16 2GL, where GDIF volunteers will be on hand to direct to the site.

Site open from 7pm. We recommend arriving early.

About the company

REQUARDT&ROSENBERG was established to create dance performance away from the auditorium and studio either in outdoor locations or within temporary structures. Their desire is to make performances that are highly visible, unique events in order to engage a wide audience in a distinctive format.

REQUARDT&ROSENBERG combine both the spectacle of large scale dance performances and the delicate integrity and intimacy of the audience experience through binaural sound.

Designer: Hannah Clark
Sound Design & Composition: Ben & Max Ringham
Lighting Designer: Malcolm Rippeth
Performers: Ruben Brown, Anders Duckworth, Valentina Formenti, Jordan Ajadi, Makiko Aoyama
Music: Jack Baker

Supported by

The Royal Docks Team
Arts Council England

 

Produced by The Place, and supported by Without Walls and commissioned by Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Stockton International Riverside Festival, Freedom Festival Arts Trust and Out There International Festival of Circus & Street Arts.

Co-commissioned by The Place, FESTIVAL.ORG and DanceEast via Stomping Ground, Southampton City Council as part of Mayflower 400, Pavillion Dance South West. Creation supported by 101 Creation Space and Royal Docks. Supported by using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

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