Laura Salisbury News

‘Time Being’ premieres at Exeter’s Maketank

17 September 2020

Time Being

Deborah Robinson

A collaboration with Ruairí Corr

24 September – 26 September 2020

 

A 14 minute film with sound

 

Socially distanced hourly screenings

Free admission

Timed tickets only. Booking strongly advised

 

Part of Waiting Times


Maketank, 3-5 Paris Street, Exeter EX1 2JB

Join us at the spacious Maketank in Exeter City Centre for a socially-distanced screening of the new film by artist and researcher Debbie Robinson.

To keep everyone safe we are releasing just a handful of timed tickets for each screening.

Please note: Unfortunately there is no accessible toilet at Maketank. There are accessible toilets approximately 50m away at St Stephens House.

Maketank is a large disused commercial space located at street level with toilets on the 2nd floor. Seating will be spaced and face coverings required (unless exempt) in line with the latest government guidelines.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/time-being-tickets-120038150339



Laura Salisbury News

Making the most of waiting

8 November 2019

Ray Earwicker, a WCCEH friend, writes …

If time is a great healer, is waiting the problem?

Florence Nightingale (1859) certainly thought so. She saw it as bad for health – “apprehension, uncertainty, waiting (my italics), fear of surprise…do a patient more harm than any exertion.” It’s tiresome too, as the Kinks noted in 1965 and in the meantime, we’re all Waiting for Godot (who never comes). For health systems, waiting is a mark of inefficiency that undermines ‘customer’ confidence. It is a focus for targets and management expedients in a culture which expects action, now.

Read more on the Waiting Times blog



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