Safer Spaces Policy
Supernormal is a shared space. Everyone in attendance, whether as an audience member, organiser, volunteer, guest, contractor, Braziers community member, artist or performer, is expected to work together to create a welcoming, inclusive and safe environment for all.
Physical violence; aggressive or threatening language; and sexual harassment are not acceptable. This includes unwanted sexual comments or contact. Discriminatory behaviours and language have no place at Supernormal.
Please do not assume the sexuality, gender or pronouns of another person. Examples of pronouns are she/her, he/him, they/them, ze/hir. It is better to ask than assume someone’s pronouns and if you do misgender someone, please apologise and use their correct pronouns from then on.
If someone asks you to stop filming or photographing them, please respect their wishes. There are many reasons why some people may not want this. If you do not want to be filmed or photographed, badges are available at box office and production.
During workshops, performances, talks and Q&As, please respect the artists / speakers as well as the audience.
The Supernormal team has been trained and accredited by the Good Night Out Campaign.
If you experience or witness anything that makes you feel uncomfortable please speak to a member of our team. We will treat everything confidentially and support you so that you can continue to enjoy your time at Supernormal.
Please get in touch if you have any suggestions, concerns or questions. We will listen and take all reports seriously.
The Supernormal team has a procedure for dealing with anyone not adhering to this policy. As a last resort an individual will be asked to leave.