Presented By Ray Lee

Ring Out

Friday 11 – Sat 12 September | 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm

Duration: 20 minutes

Type: Installation, Music, Spectacle

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Tickets: Free

This installation from Ray Lee takes the form of a series of giant towers which hold suspended bell-like speaker cones. A team of volunteer bell-ringers start to operate the industrial machinery and make the pendulum arms swing higher and higher until each arm soars up over the heads of the audience ringing forth with a peel of electronic tones.

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Images: Stephen Wright

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Access

Site Access

There is level access to the performance locations.

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. GDIF volunteers will offer directions from the nearest station.

Accessible Toilets

There will be an accessible toilet on site.

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 after 6pm.

Photo route

A photo route to Silvertown Square can be found here.

Contact Alex if you have any Access questions:

alex@festival.org | 07899 893 935

Show Access

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.

An Audio brochure and BSL interpreted brochure can be found here.

Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible | Audio Described | Digital Access Available

What to expect: Family Friendly | Sensory Spectacle | Speech Free

An Audio Description of the installation will be available to listen to on the website.

Where to find it

Ring Out will be performed at Silvertown Square, London, Royal Docks, London E16 2BU.

Getting here

There is bicycle parking available on site located to the left of the public entrance.

Public parking is best around the Excel Centre.

For car and taxi drop offs, use the following address:
Dockside Rd, Festoon Way, Royal Docks, London E16 1RH – Next to Double Tree Hilton.
Follow the underpass to Connaught Bridge entrance to access the site.

Public Transport

Pontoon Dock is the nearest DLR station to site. It is a 10 minute walk from site.

The nearest bus stop is Thames Barrier located on North Woolwich rd. Route 474 serves this stop and it is a 10 minute walk from site.

 

Silvertown Square

Royal Docks

About the artist

Ray Lee is an award-winning sound artist and composer. He creates spinning, whirling, and pendulous sound installations and performances that explore “circles of ether,” the invisible forces that surround us. His immersive and mesmerising works such as the world-wide hit Siren, Ethometric Museum and his monumental outdoor work Chorus create strange and beautiful worlds of sound and movement, engaging diverse, new audiences with contemporary music.

Supported by

Ring Out is supported by the Royal Docks Team and Newham Council. 

The Royal Docks Enterprise Zone is a joint project between the Mayor of London, the London Borough of Newham, led by Mayor Rokhsana Fiaz, and the London Economic Action Partnership (LEAP). It has the potential to deliver 35,000 jobs, 4,000 new homes and more than £5 billion of inward investment by 2037/38. As London’s only Enterprise Zone, the Royal Docks has a special government designation that means new business rates in the Zone are reserved and reinvested into the area. This has enabled plans for £314 million of investment into the area over the next 5 years to revive the area as a distinctive location for business and culture. 

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