Bodies In The Library: An Audio Journey
Bodies In The Library
Commissioned by Theatre Writing Partnership and Writing West Midlands, BODIES IN THE LIBRARY by Sibyl Ruth is a poetic and evocative audio journey exploring the past and present of Birmingham’s Central Library. Reflect on the pain and pleasure of its architectural idiosyncracies with some of its inhabitants, both real and imagined.
Bodies launches on Saturday 9th April and will be available thereafter (closing date tbc). To enjoy it you can use your own mp3 enabled device or borrow one from Bodies itself.
In advance of the launch, follow the project on Twitter( @ears_wide_open) or visit www.theatrewritingpartnership.org.uk for more information. There will be chances to download the audio tracks in advance for those with their own mp3 enabled device.
Be one of the first to experience ‘Bodies’, and gain extra insight into the process by attending one of two ‘how to’ sessions with the creators - Saturday 9th April 2011, 11am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm.
These sessions begin in the Library Foyer (next to reception desk in Central Library) and last approximately 30 minutes. They are FREE – just turn up!
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