You are invited to the following event:
This free event is an intimate, participatory performance-in-progress of Eidolon, an interdisciplinary performance project, exploring the relationship between the body and technology. Led by artist Beverley Hood, the project brings together artists, performers, medics and technicians, at the Scottish Centre for Simulation & Clinical Human Factors (SCSCHF), Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert, a state-of-the-art professional training facility, undertaking simulation based medical education. This event will introduce the audience to the emotive and psychological potential of SCSCHF’s mid and high fidelity manikins, within the unique setting of the simulation centre. Please be aware this is a performance event with some audience participation. The event is suitable for an audience aged 16+.The Forth Valley Royal Hospital is located in Larbert, 9 miles south of Stirling and is easily accessible by road or public transport.
Meeting place: Main Entrance Desk – Forth Valley Royal Hospital 1.45pm for a 2.00 performance start. Please note latecomers may not be admitted.
Train: 40mins journey from Edinburgh/30mins from Glasgow (trains every 30mins from both cities)
Reserve tickets: To confirm your attendance at this event please sign up on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/eidolon-performance-in-progress-tickets-14553514955. Please note that the attendance numbers are limited for this event, but there will be future opportunities to attend other Eidolon events, both as a work in progress and as completed project. Due to limited numbers, if you can’t make it please let us know at the contact details below. In the event of a Sell Out, we will be operating a waiting list, please email if you wish to be added.
We hope you can make it!Cheers,
Eidolon is funded by an Artists Bursary from Creative Scotland and Edinburgh College of Art