where r u? A journey aboard the Tower Belle on July 13th 2003

A space of the imagination between cultures & locations. A vibrant multicultural & localised mix of performance, poetry & music. An audio visual experience ..between one place and another.. aboard the Tower Belle to Beese's Tea Gardens.



For full details of the project, with information about collaborating artists who performed during the boat trip click here.



A selection of photos from the journey together with audio from two of the pieces are now online. To see the photos click here - please be patient as this page may take a a couple of minutes to load if you are on a modem connection.



Alyson Hallett - 'Stones moved silently across the world'
Poem with soundtrack by Roger Mills.

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Natalie Deseke and Roger Mills - 'Wo bist du?' (where r u?)

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where r u ? where would u like 2 b ?

We invited the public to participate in the project by responding to the question and received over 300 messages via postcard, text message, email and through this site. These messages where launched by balloon, at sunset as the boat returned through Netham Lock - click here to find out how everyone replied.

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Thank you to all who participated in the project which was a great success. Particular thanks must go to all our performers, collaborators and crew who helped make the project possible :

Doreen Baidoo - Roger Evans - Alyson Sarah Hallett - Paul Scott - Sue Juggins - Juliet McCarthy - Jackie Griffiths - Andrew Green - Colin and Bev Evans - Jacky Puzey - Lance Payton - Hannah Cox - Terryl Bacon - Paul O'Driscoll - Terry Barter, Brian Hunt and Phil Cox at Netham Lock - Gabby Ciecior (Hanover) and all at Dialogue.



Natalie Deseke - vocals
Mac Dunlop - performance, poetry
Neil Jenkins - visuals
Annie Lovejoy - visuals
Roger Mills - trumpet, audio composition



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