Giant Productions's sound poetry at the Botanic Gardens
This article is from 2010.
Glasgow’s Giant Productions makes its Fringe debut with this interactive tone poem about an exotic songbird captured by a ruthless logger. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Botanic Gardens, and performed by a pianist, cellist and two actors, the story is told through ‘sound poetry’ – a specially developed language of sound, accessible to all – and ‘sensory performance techniques’. Be prepared to see, hear and feel.
Royal Botanic Garden, 226 0000, 19–28 Aug (not 24), 4.30pm (plus 1.30pm on 20–22 & 26–28), £9.