Mon 1 Jan 0001 - Sat 2 Nov 2019,
A Horsham District Year of Culture Event
An immersive outdoor journey into sound and song for our love and fear of the forest.
Produced by Jony Easterby in collaboration with Nathaniel Mann, Emily Williams, Matthew Olden, Pippa Taylor, Sam Robinson and Dim Productions.
Performance takes place twice a day and last around 60 minutes at LEONARDSLEE GARDENS.
Set in the forest at the onset of darkness, audiences are invited to take a journey into the forests of Leonardslee Gardens to find themselves exploring a lively and thrilling montage of image, sound, light and song, allowing people to have a genuinely uniquely immersive experience of the trees at night.
An exciting new outdoor performance by Jony Easterby, Tree and Wood includes physical performance, traditional and electroacoustic music, soundworks, and light installations, plus songs both old and new. It explores the immediate tangible experience of trees – smell, touch, sounds - using the forest as its backdrop.
Tree and Wood will reflect the many aspects of our cultural relationship to working with green wood, horse logging, hedge laying and a myriad of ways of working wood.
Jony Easterby works in collaboration with singer-songwriters Nathaniel Mann, Emily Williams, Sound Designer Matthew Olden and musicians Pippa Taylor, Pete Flood and Sam Robinson. Although the songs will be presented mainly in English, the company also has Welsh, Spanish and French language singers.
TICKETS: £15 CONCESSIONS £12.50
(Concessions: Under 16s, Seniors 60+, Full Time Students with Valid Student ID, LAC Card Holders)
Duration: 60 mins show, plus walk to and from performance site, approx. 7 mins each.
Environment: This is an outdoor show, please check weather forecasts and dress appropriately. You will be walking, so ensure you have sturdy and warm footwear. Toilet facilities are available at the car park at the start/end of the show.
Wet Weather Policy: The performance will take place in the rain up to a point. Please be prepared for rain with waterproof clothing. Rain falling on umbrellas can drown out the sound for you and the view for other people. If there are high winds the performance may have to be cancelled, due to the danger to both audience and performers. In this case the organiser will reimburse your ticket, or if possible we try and allocate you a place another night.
How do I get my tickets? You should purchase your tickets in advance of the event. You can then collect your tickets from The Capitol or have them posted to you for a small charge of £1. You can also select the ‘Print at Home’ option, where an e-ticket will be delivered to you via email. If necessary, this can be displayed on your phone but the individual barcodes on each ticket should be visible enough to be scanned on site. There is no facility to collect or purchase tickets on site at Leonardslee so please ensure you are in possession of a valid ticket before attending the performance.
Age recommendation: There is no age restriction due to content, but in our experience, children Aged 10+ are more likely to enjoy the show than younger ones.
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