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Is This a Waste Land?

Is this a Waste Land?

Join Charlotte Spencer Projects on a piece of undeveloped land in the centre of Corby to be playful and creative.

Is this a Waste Land? invites us to consider how we value space, waste, home, belonging and community. Part live performance, part interactive audio experience, Is this a Wasteland? presents an extraordinary way to re-imagine disused urban sites.

You will be given headphones and invited to listen to a constantly shifting soundscape that is delicate and empty in one moment, infectious and playful the next. As day dips towards night we will make things with our hands. Many worlds are created, destroyed, re-purposed, re-imagined in this generous playground built by everyone involved.



Saturday 29 April 2017, 6.45pm to 8.15pm
Sunday 30 April 2017, 6.45pm to 8.15pm

SAVOY Cinema Car Park, Corby, NN17 1QE

Is it for me?
Ages 12 and above (no unaccompanied minors)

What to bring:
- Please dress for the weather, wear sensible shoes and try to leave your bags at home.
- Please bring an unwanted object to donate to the performance – this could be anything from an old bucket to a piece of wood, a bike tyre to an old brush!

Things to note:
The performance will go ahead in all weathers. But please be aware latecomers cannot be accommodated.

£5 (£3 concessions)

Disclaimer: This is an outdoor performance taking place on an unmaintained, disused site. Be aware the ground will be uneven and subject to surface water (so please wear sturdy shoes). You will need to be mindful of your own actions and those of your fellow performers, act responsibly and please dress appropriately for the weather. Thank you.

Access: If you have particular access needs we will do our very best to accommodate you. Please call project manager Judy
Caine - 07962 879928 - with your specific requirements and she will do her best to help.

Is this a Waste Land? is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Co-commissioned by Deep Roots Tall
Trees for Our Woods, Compass Commission from Greenwich Dance

Preferred Contact: [email protected]