Your senses are heightened, trying to distinguish any other sounds that exceed the level of the constant buzzing in your head. Soon you'll have to go back, you're dreading the first signs yet also waiting for it to happen. For now, it's good to be here, in the dark. Every time the sounds get closer, you want to duck down, be as small as you can be and hope they don't notice you being here, hiding. How would you explain it, you fear.
More doors are opening and closing again, maybe just head to the toilets and hide out there. How to get out of here unnoticed? You get up and quickly find your way up there, don't want anyone to see where you've been. You walk past towards the sounds. Almost there. You can hear the words said, and take another step. Almost able to see, you stop. You stand still for a second, look around and quickly turn back. Nothing's lost, they didn't see, didn't notice anything.
Silently but fast, you head to the toilets again. Maybe next time you’ll have the guts to walk further, to join the sounds. Hopefully the sounds will return to fade again soon. Two claps, the noise increases, but you know you're safe. Only two short claps and all the sounds move places, you can join them now, it's okay. Go in a few seconds and hope no one noticed. Good luck.