Disabled access - No
A music-making installation staged in our attic living room - we have built a carillon (the instrument usually found in bell towers) out of wood and ceramics, which will be here for everyone to experiment with. The ringing of bells in public spaces has a long history, having structured people's lives before the proliferation of personal time-keeping devices. At dawn, noon and dusk on each day of the festival we will live-stream the carillon's ringing, performing the passage of time as something shared. For the rest of the weekend the public are invited to play the bells.
Saturday 29th April/Sunday 30th April/Monday 1st May - 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM