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Chris Watson Dawn Chorus Sound Walk

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Join Chris Watson to celebrate National Dawn Chorus Day on Sunday 1st May and experience an urban chorus in Exhibition Park on the Town Moor. This will be a precious opportunity to experience the sound of the transition from darkness into light and will provide a unique perspective on an urban soundscape. Chris will also be recording the process to be included in his new sound installation at The Gallery, Tyneside Cinema. The experience will last approximately an hour and a half and we advise participants to wear walking shoes or boots and layers of warm and quiet clothing as we will be standing still for long periods of time. 

Places are extremely limited so please book in advance to avoid missing out.
When: Sunday 1 May 2016 
Where: beginning in Exhibition Park and ending Brandling Park
Time: 03.30 – 05.00 AM
Cost: £4
Meeting point: Band Stand at the entrance to Exhibition Park
Image credit: Jacky Longstaff
  Year: 2016  
BBFC Advice: 18 No children may watch this film.  

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