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Tank Tram performances & workshops commemorating WW1 03/11/16 - 05/11/16
Thu, 3 Nov 2016, 09:00 – Sat, 5 Nov 2016, 22:00 GMT
The School of Arts & Media is collaborating with the University of Salford Engineering Society and the Manchester Tramway Museum Society to create a touring exhibition and performances connected with the construction of a replica of a ‘Tank Tram’.
A Tank Tram is a tram ‘disguised’ as tank, used as a war bond fundraising stunt in 1916. The stunt is being revived and the Tank Tram will travel in the region in 2016 as a focal point for a current debate about the relationship between new technology and war.
This installation will showcase Albert The Tank Tram as a focus for interdisciplinary collaboration within the University of Salford and with community performers.
03/11/2016 - Open Rehearsal of "Albert the Tank Tram". Observe and participate in the final stage of production development
04/11/2016 - "Workshop in Performance and Design". Come and take part in a Physical Comedy workshop and a Graphic Design workshop.
05/11/2016 - "Open Talks & Walkabout Performances". Drop in to a long table discussion about the Tank Tram and Pierrots plus an afternoon performance.