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Sound, Dance, Walk - An Immersive Experience
PLEASE NOTE: ALL SLOTS ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED!! IF YOU WOULD STILL LIKE TO ATTEND THEN PLEASE CONTACT - email@example.com TO FIND OUT HOW!
Ever had a walk in the park where memories float around your ears and dancers animate the landscape?
The hidden treasure of Wanstead Park is the location for a new dream like experience that enlivens the beauty of the natural surroundings through surprising choreography and immersive soundscapes.
The local reverend, the girl who grew up there, the historical enthusiast - all kinds of voices guide you through this tucked away parkland, once a garden for Wanstead House and its charismatic owner.
The dance event takes place as part of the 2016 Big Dance week on Sunday 10th July with choreographer Hannah Anderson-Ricketts | Hannah Meraki Dance leading the visual experience and ScreenDeep as producers. There are 3 time slots for you to book into - limited spaces: 1100 or 1300 or 1500
...we'll meet you by the red telephone box at Wanstead Tube Station where you will get a set of headphones, but be sure to reserve your FREE ticket first.
Put on your headphones, switch on your senses.
- The event is FREE, but headphones are limited so reserve your ticket
- Starting point: Wanstead Tube Station, red telephone box
- It lasts 1.5 hours including a walk back to the start point (Wanstead Tube Station red telephone box)
- Headphones will be provided
The walk is continuous an can last up to 1.5 hours so be sure to wear comfy shoes.
Travelling by Train
Wanstead Station is on the Central line
Travelling by Bus
Local buses to the station include: 66, 101, 145, 308, W12, W13, W14
Sunday 10th July at either: 1100 or 1300 or 1500
More information: https://screendeep.co.uk/sound-walks/memento-wanstead-park/
www.screendeep.co.uk are an arts collective established in 2009 focusing on placemaking and social commentary. They move across the worlds of sound, film, theatre, music and live events. The audience experience is at the centre of their work.
www.hannahmeraki.com Hannah's choreography explores the eclectic repertoire of dance styles she has trained in and experienced: Contemporary, Ballet, African, Jazz, Waacking, Hip Hop, Krump, Capoeira and House. Currently she is establishing a methodology inspired by British Sign Language and will be investigating the relationship to space at home with a residency at the Barbican centre.
www.redbridge.gov.uk are an east London borough supporting the community in various ways. They have supported the production of the Sound Walk in 2015 and the Dance event in 2016.
www.bigdance.org.uk is a biennial festival of people dancing led by the Mayor of London in partnership with People Dancing and the Big Dance Hubs, a network of leading dance organisations across the UK.