£22.16 – £27.70

Dialogue in the Dark | February

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Description

A sensory exhibition set in total darkness, designed to enlighten you and push you out of the comfort zone orienting you to a world without pictures.

The concept of Dialogue in the Dark is simple: visitors are led by blind guides through dark rooms in which scent, sound, wind, temperature, and texture convey the characteristics of daily environments – for example a park, a bus stop, an open market, or a cafe. These daily routines become new experiences. A role reversal is created: people who can see are taken out of their familiar environment, and guides provide security and a sense of orientation. The tour itself lasts for about one hour but the effects can last a lifetime. This exhibition was inspired by Martín Buber’s philosophy, “the only way to learn is through encounter”.

The concept has proven quite effective. Over the last 30 years, the exhibition has been presented in more than 45 countries throughout the world with more than 10 million visitors worldwide. Dialogue in the Dark brings together people of all visual abilities at every level of our operation. Together, we are committed to creating a more inclusive world for all.

*Is the tour in the dark?

Yes, the tour will take place in specially constructed dark rooms in which scent, sound, wind, temperature, and texture convey the characteristics of typical daily environments. Visitors are led by experienced blind guides and will be kept safe and secure at all times.


https://www.dialogueinthedarklondon.co.uk/

How much time do I have to spend in the exhibition?

The experience will take approximately 60 minutes.All visitors are kindly requested to arrive at the venue 15 minutes before the exhibition session time on their ticket. You are not allowed to enter the exhibition after the session starts.

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable or refundable?

Tickets are %100 non-transferable and non-refundable

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You need to bring a copy of your ticket with you, either printed or electronic.

Is the tour in the dark?

Yes, the tour will take place in specially constructed dark rooms in which scent, sound, wind, temperature, and texture convey the characteristics of typical daily environments. Visitors are led by experienced blind guides and will be kept safe and secure at all times.

Can I enter the exhibition with electronic devices?

To ensure you get the most out of this unique experience the exhibition is held in complete darkness, therefore all electronic devices such as light watches, cell phones, cameras, as well as fluorescent jewellery and clothes are forbidden.

Is there a safe place where you can store my items throughout the exhibition?

Visitors will be provided with a locker where they can store their personal belongings free of charge. However, visitors are advised to keep some money with them before entering the exhibition area.

Are children allowed to enter the exhibition?

The exhibition is recommended for children older than 9 years. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Can the exhibition be entered with a wheelchair?

Yes, it is possible to experience the exhibition using a wheelchair. Please, make the sales representative aware about your situation when you are purchasing tickets so they can accommodate you accordingly.

Please note, electric wheelchairs cannot be used in the exhibition. However, mechanical wheelchairs are available at the exhibition space.

Can I leave the exhibition before it ends?

You will be accompanied by guides who are responsible for ensuring your safety and comfort throughout your entire exhibition experience. However, if you still want to leave the exhibition before it finishes, there are many easy-to-reach exits.

Can we bring our own food and drink?

Unfortunately you cannot enter the exhibition with any food or drink.

Can I participate in the exhibition with high heels?" OR “Is there a dress code?

It is not recommended to participate in the exhibition with high heels. Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes and clothing.

Can we talk during the exhibition?

We encourage visitors to talk, laugh, discover and ask questions during this unique experience.

Can I purchase tickets at the door?

Yes you can purchase tickets either from eventbrite or at the door.

How much is a standard ticket price?

Our standard ticket price for the exhibition is £25.

Do students get any discount while they purchase the ticket?

Yes. Students get 20% off discount. They need to show their Student ID at the door.

Can families get any discount while they purchase the ticket?

Yes. For families minimum 3 people = 2 adults + 1 children (above 9 years old) can get 20% off discount per person.

Who else can benefit from discounted tickets?

Retired Person, Disabled People and Journalists can get 20% off discount. They need to show their badge or ID at the door.

Can we arrange group tickets and is there any discount for group bookings?

We have discount for groups over 10 people. For group bookings please contact us via info@museprojects.co email address

"How to find us?"

SPACE

129–131 Mare Street, Hackney

London, E8 3RH

United Kingdom

Bus - The following routes stop from Bethnal Green 26 or 55 or 106 or 254 or 388

Underground - Bethnal Green (15 min walk)

Overground - London Fields (5 min walk) or Cambridge Heath (8 min walk)


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