Sat 5 – Sun 6 September | 2pm, 3.30pm, 5pm
Type: Installation, Music, Spectacle
Lie back and relax as cloud enthusiast Lorna Rees invites you to contemplate the troposphere. Her dreamy commentary on the passing skies will allow you to appreciate the temporary ‘galleries’ created by clouds. Visit the Cloud Museum afterwards to learn more about cloud-gazing and climate change. Entry will be free but timed and ticketed to enable social distancing.
As Cloudscapes takes place in the same location as The Open Air Drawing Room, why not book for both?
Photo: Tony Gill
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There is level access to the performance location.
A priority area for disabled audiences will be marked with a sign or flag. Space for wheelchair users, and a variety of seating options will be available. GDIF volunteers will offer directions from the nearest station.
Blue badge parking
Contact Alex if you have any Access questions:
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Large-print and Easy Read versions of the festival brochure will be available to download in advance or to pick up on the day.
Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible | Audio Described |BSL interpreted
What to expect: Family Friendly | Join In
Large Print Scripts will be available on request.
BSL interpreted performances.
An Access Manager will be on site to support any requests. This performance uses headphones. All performances are relaxed, however if you require more space, please book an additional ticket.
Where to find it
Cloudscapes will be performed at Oxleas Meadows, London, SE9 1YE.
About the company
Gobbledegook make innovative, cross art form work, which has theatre at its core. We make work almost exclusively for the outdoors and see the identity of outdoor spaces as part of the vibrant UK Outdoor Arts sector.
Lorna Rees is Artistic Director of Gobbledegook.
Gobbledegook are Associate Artists for Inside Out Dorset and Lighthouse Poole.
Cloudscapes was commissioned by Inside Out Dorset, and was made with support from Activate Performing Arts, The Point Eastleigh, 101 Creation Space and Arts Council England.
Cloudscapes was made in collaboration with artist Heidi Steller (heidisteller.co.uk) with audio production by sound artist and producer Jo Tyler (BBC Radio 4, Radio 6). Dramaturgical support from author John Grindrod (writer of Concretopia and Outskirts) and Dr Zöe Svendsen. Several leading meteorologists and scientists involved in the study of climate change were consulted about the piece.