When: Sunday 11 April
What time: 3 - 4pm BST
Where: Online (Zoom Webinar)
The Window is an immersive audio experience blending story, music and spatial sound. Love and grief; memory and science. In the darkness, you find yourself at the heart of a story about the things families don’t talk about. Spanning three generations and 40 years, it asks what we inherit from the past and what control we have over the future.
The Window was created by Fast Familiar, with the support of the Alzheimer’s Research UK Inspire Fund.
The audio track for The Window will be available to ticket-holders from 10am BST Saturday 10 April to 3pm BST Sunday 11 April. There is a panel discussion on Zoom Webinar at 3-4pm BST on Sunday 11 April, in which you can explore the themes of the story and put questions to the panel.
Members of the panel
- Chris Taylor, whose father and grandmother are living with dementia
- Rachel Briscoe, writer and producer of The Window
- Dr Sarah Naomi James, dementia research and collaborator on The Window
- Clinical expert TBC
- Chaired by Dr Katy Stubbs, Alzheimer’s Research UK
Tickets are pay what you can (£5/£8/£12) and can be bought until 1 hour before the start time.