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Theatre of Wandering

Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 September 2021

Coventry City Centre
Theatre & Arts Outdoor Events & Spectacles

Pay What You Want

Prices from £3

No Fees

Accessibility

There will be live BSL interpreting at 11am on Saturday 18th, and live audio descriptions at 12pm on Sunday 19th

If you have any access needs or enquiries please contact [email protected]

 

Age guideline

Recommended for ages 6+. Under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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About

Theatre of Wandering

Theatre of Wandering is an immersive performance at multiple locations around the city, including one location with people who are especially vulnerable to Covid-19. The venue has requested that every person must complete a Lateral Flow Test within 48 hours before attending. Lateral Flow Tests are available for free online and from most pharmacies. We will also be doing temperature checks on arrival. For indoor venues, we kindly ask that you wear a mask. Please do not attend the event if you have any Covid-19 symptoms or a positive test result. Thank you for your cooperation. If you have any questions please contact [email protected] or 07860 740033

With local Writers, Poets and Theatre makers

In a new production co-created and inspired by Coventry residents, this walk-about theatrical experience through the east of the city blurs the boundaries between fiction

and reality. Theatre Company OiBokkeShi (Okayama, Japan) team up with Entelechy Arts in this performance about the different ways in which people experience and live with
dementia, made in partnership with local Coventry care homes, schools, shopkeepers and residents. The audience is playfully invited to follow one man’s journey through a high street as
he wanders, uncovering and sharing the hidden stories about one of our society’s greatest challenges. Inspired by an original production by OiBokkeShi.
Theatre of Wandering is part of the Caring City programme for Coventry UK City of Culture 2021 which is funded by Spirit of 2012, Arts Council England, National Lottery Community Fund and the Daiwa Foundation

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