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London Bridge Live Arts
 
CROPPED WEB_LBLA Pavilion

London Bridge Live Arts is an annual arts festival that seeks to activate public spaces and engage audiences in playful and surprising ways, reflecting the historic and creative nature of the London Bridge area.

As part of the 2015 programme (running 17-30 August) Team London Bridge is running a fortnight of free interconnected workshops, talks, performances and trails themed around EXCHANGE, all taking inspiration from London Bridge and the process of exchanging stories, ideas and memories.

Click here for the full programme listing (booking requirements vary)

HIGHLIGHTS of the 2015 Programme

17-30 August / London Bridge riverside locations

 

I believe in you – London Bridge City Pier (17-30 August)

I believe in you is technological installation produced by leading Urban Play artist, Tine Bech, which brings light and colour to London Bridge City Pier. This digitally enhanced and playful installation will combine new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating the pier against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and London Riverside. The colours will change when participants, who are encouraged to control the colours shining over the Thames, move throughout the space and utilise social media.

 

Live Arts Pavilion – Potters Fields Park (21-26 August)

The festival pavilion is an architectural experiment in colour, material, and tension designed as a collaboration between Mill & Jones and Jan Kattein Architects. Thirty-three angled funnels strung with coloured thread create patterns of hue, shade, and density. Movement of people, wind, and sunlight creates delicate and shifting colours as the threads move and overlay one another. At ground level, plywood modules create spaces for performance and group activities, as well as seating booths for individuals and small groups to sit, reflect, and enjoy views of the Tower of London in the late summer weather.

The 6x6m structure will host a range of events and workshops from noon to evening from 21-27 August.

 

BED with Bernadette Shaw– Potters Fields Park (22 August)

A featured pavilion performance, BED is a one-on-one theatrical storytelling experience, exploring magic, dreams, the power of suggestion, and the wonder of stories. It’s revisiting that childhood bedtime story experience as an adult, and it’s about what happens when we’re asleep, when more and more of us have difficulty sleeping.

 

Robin Linde Productions presents: Somewhere London Bridge – Potters Fields Park (22-24 August)

Part walking tour, part site-specific performance, combining storytelling with a touch of improv. Join us as we reveal the hidden histories of the London Bridge area. Aside from showing you the spots only the locals know, this walk will share a collection of unexpected anecdotes, collected and created by local flaneurs ​Jonathan Peck and Mark Dawson. Urban legend or historical fact, can you cut through the hype?

 

More programming will be announced in the lead up to the festival. Keep up to date by following @TeamLondonBridge and #LBLiveArts

- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?m=31&mi=258&pmi=&ms=#sthash.LwB0ERIk.dpuf
CROPPED WEB_LBLA Pavilion

London Bridge Live Arts is an annual arts festival that seeks to activate public spaces and engage audiences in playful and surprising ways, reflecting the historic and creative nature of the London Bridge area.

As part of the 2015 programme (running 17-30 August) Team London Bridge is running a fortnight of free interconnected workshops, talks, performances and trails themed around EXCHANGE, all taking inspiration from London Bridge and the process of exchanging stories, ideas and memories.

Click here for the full programme listing (booking requirements vary)

HIGHLIGHTS of the 2015 Programme

17-30 August / London Bridge riverside locations

 

I believe in you – London Bridge City Pier (17-30 August)

I believe in you is technological installation produced by leading Urban Play artist, Tine Bech, which brings light and colour to London Bridge City Pier. This digitally enhanced and playful installation will combine new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating the pier against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and London Riverside. The colours will change when participants, who are encouraged to control the colours shining over the Thames, move throughout the space and utilise social media.

 

Live Arts Pavilion – Potters Fields Park (21-26 August)

The festival pavilion is an architectural experiment in colour, material, and tension designed as a collaboration between Mill & Jones and Jan Kattein Architects. Thirty-three angled funnels strung with coloured thread create patterns of hue, shade, and density. Movement of people, wind, and sunlight creates delicate and shifting colours as the threads move and overlay one another. At ground level, plywood modules create spaces for performance and group activities, as well as seating booths for individuals and small groups to sit, reflect, and enjoy views of the Tower of London in the late summer weather.

The 6x6m structure will host a range of events and workshops from noon to evening from 21-27 August.

 

BED with Bernadette Shaw– Potters Fields Park (22 August)

A featured pavilion performance, BED is a one-on-one theatrical storytelling experience, exploring magic, dreams, the power of suggestion, and the wonder of stories. It’s revisiting that childhood bedtime story experience as an adult, and it’s about what happens when we’re asleep, when more and more of us have difficulty sleeping.

 

Robin Linde Productions presents: Somewhere London Bridge – Potters Fields Park (22-24 August)

Part walking tour, part site-specific performance, combining storytelling with a touch of improv. Join us as we reveal the hidden histories of the London Bridge area. Aside from showing you the spots only the locals know, this walk will share a collection of unexpected anecdotes, collected and created by local flaneurs ​Jonathan Peck and Mark Dawson. Urban legend or historical fact, can you cut through the hype?

 

More programming will be announced in the lead up to the festival. Keep up to date by following @TeamLondonBridge and #LBLiveArts

- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?m=31&mi=258&pmi=&ms=#sthash.LwB0ERIk.dpuf
CROPPED WEB_LBLA Pavilion

London Bridge Live Arts is an annual arts festival that seeks to activate public spaces and engage audiences in playful and surprising ways, reflecting the historic and creative nature of the London Bridge area.

As part of the 2015 programme (running 17-30 August) Team London Bridge is running a fortnight of free interconnected workshops, talks, performances and trails themed around EXCHANGE, all taking inspiration from London Bridge and the process of exchanging stories, ideas and memories.

Click here for the full programme listing (booking requirements vary)

HIGHLIGHTS of the 2015 Programme

17-30 August / London Bridge riverside locations

 

I believe in you – London Bridge City Pier (17-30 August)

I believe in you is technological installation produced by leading Urban Play artist, Tine Bech, which brings light and colour to London Bridge City Pier. This digitally enhanced and playful installation will combine new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating the pier against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and London Riverside. The colours will change when participants, who are encouraged to control the colours shining over the Thames, move throughout the space and utilise social media.

 

Live Arts Pavilion – Potters Fields Park (21-26 August)

The festival pavilion is an architectural experiment in colour, material, and tension designed as a collaboration between Mill & Jones and Jan Kattein Architects. Thirty-three angled funnels strung with coloured thread create patterns of hue, shade, and density. Movement of people, wind, and sunlight creates delicate and shifting colours as the threads move and overlay one another. At ground level, plywood modules create spaces for performance and group activities, as well as seating booths for individuals and small groups to sit, reflect, and enjoy views of the Tower of London in the late summer weather.

The 6x6m structure will host a range of events and workshops from noon to evening from 21-27 August.

 

BED with Bernadette Shaw– Potters Fields Park (22 August)

A featured pavilion performance, BED is a one-on-one theatrical storytelling experience, exploring magic, dreams, the power of suggestion, and the wonder of stories. It’s revisiting that childhood bedtime story experience as an adult, and it’s about what happens when we’re asleep, when more and more of us have difficulty sleeping.

 

Robin Linde Productions presents: Somewhere London Bridge – Potters Fields Park (22-24 August)

Part walking tour, part site-specific performance, combining storytelling with a touch of improv. Join us as we reveal the hidden histories of the London Bridge area. Aside from showing you the spots only the locals know, this walk will share a collection of unexpected anecdotes, collected and created by local flaneurs ​Jonathan Peck and Mark Dawson. Urban legend or historical fact, can you cut through the hype?

 

More programming will be announced in the lead up to the festival. Keep up to date by following @TeamLondonBridge and #LBLiveArts

- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?m=31&mi=258&pmi=&ms=#sthash.LwB0ERIk.dpuf
CROPPED WEB_LBLA Pavilion

London Bridge Live Arts is an annual arts festival that seeks to activate public spaces and engage audiences in playful and surprising ways, reflecting the historic and creative nature of the London Bridge area.

As part of the 2015 programme (running 17-30 August) Team London Bridge is running a fortnight of free interconnected workshops, talks, performances and trails themed around EXCHANGE, all taking inspiration from London Bridge and the process of exchanging stories, ideas and memories.

Click here for the full programme listing (booking requirements vary)

HIGHLIGHTS of the 2015 Programme

17-30 August / London Bridge riverside locations

 

I believe in you – London Bridge City Pier (17-30 August)

I believe in you is technological installation produced by leading Urban Play artist, Tine Bech, which brings light and colour to London Bridge City Pier. This digitally enhanced and playful installation will combine new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating the pier against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and London Riverside. The colours will change when participants, who are encouraged to control the colours shining over the Thames, move throughout the space and utilise social media.

 

Live Arts Pavilion – Potters Fields Park (21-26 August)

The festival pavilion is an architectural experiment in colour, material, and tension designed as a collaboration between Mill & Jones and Jan Kattein Architects. Thirty-three angled funnels strung with coloured thread create patterns of hue, shade, and density. Movement of people, wind, and sunlight creates delicate and shifting colours as the threads move and overlay one another. At ground level, plywood modules create spaces for performance and group activities, as well as seating booths for individuals and small groups to sit, reflect, and enjoy views of the Tower of London in the late summer weather.

The 6x6m structure will host a range of events and workshops from noon to evening from 21-27 August.

 

BED with Bernadette Shaw– Potters Fields Park (22 August)

A featured pavilion performance, BED is a one-on-one theatrical storytelling experience, exploring magic, dreams, the power of suggestion, and the wonder of stories. It’s revisiting that childhood bedtime story experience as an adult, and it’s about what happens when we’re asleep, when more and more of us have difficulty sleeping.

 

Robin Linde Productions presents: Somewhere London Bridge – Potters Fields Park (22-24 August)

Part walking tour, part site-specific performance, combining storytelling with a touch of improv. Join us as we reveal the hidden histories of the London Bridge area. Aside from showing you the spots only the locals know, this walk will share a collection of unexpected anecdotes, collected and created by local flaneurs ​Jonathan Peck and Mark Dawson. Urban legend or historical fact, can you cut through the hype?

 

More programming will be announced in the lead up to the festival. Keep up to date by following @TeamLondonBridge and #LBLiveArts

- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?m=31&mi=258&pmi=&ms=#sthash.LwB0ERIk.dpuf
 
 
 
London Bridge Live Arts is an annual arts festival that seeks to activate public spaces and engage audiences in playful and surprising ways, reflecting the historic and creative nature of the London Bridge area.

As part of the 2015 programme Team London Bridge ran a fortnight of free interconnected workshops, talks, performances and trails themed around EXCHANGE, all taking inspiration from London Bridge and the process of exchanging stories, ideas and memories.
We'll also be kicking off the programme with a launch event at Potters Fields Park Friday 21 August (5-7pm), featuring live entertainment and refreshments.
 
If you'd like to attend, please email events@teamlondonbridge.co.uk and quote 'LBLA launch'
- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?newsletter=273&?newsletter=273#sthash.sYmAoHuK.dpuf
 
 
 
HIGHLIGHTS of the 2015 Programme
17-30 August / London Bridge riversi
de locations
 
I believe in you – London Bridge City Pier (17-30 August)
I believe in you was technological installation produced by leading Urban Play artist, Tine Bech, which brought light and colour to London Bridge City Pier. This digitally enhanced and playful installation  combined new technology and RGB LED lighting, illuminating the pier against the backdrop of Tower Bridge and London Riverside. The colours changed when participants, who were encouraged to control the colours shining over the Thames, moved throughout the space.
 

Live Arts Pavilion – Potters Fields Park (21-26 August)
The festival pavilion was an architectural experiment in colour, material, and tension designed as a collaboration between Mill & Jones and Jan Kattein Architects. Thirty-three angled funnels strung with coloured thread create patterns of hue, shade, and density. Movement of people, wind, and sunlight creates delicate and shifting colours as the threads move and overlay one another. At ground level, plywood modules create spaces for performance and group activities, as well as seating booths for individuals and small groups to sit, reflect, and enjoy views of the Tower of London in the late summer weather. The 6x6m structure will hosted a range of events and workshops from noon to evening.
 
 
 
 
Free workshops for all ages
We worked with a huge range of local partners (including the Unicorn Theatre, Fashion and Textile Museum and Kinetika Bloco) to deliver a fantast offer of free afternoon workshops and readings. 
 
 
BED with Bernadette Russell – Potters Fields Park (22 August)
A featured pavilion performance, BED was a one-on-one theatrical storytelling experience, exploring magic, dreams, the power of suggestion, and the wonder of stories. It revisited that childhood bedtime story experience as an adult, and was about what happens when we’re asleep.
 
 
Robin Linde Productions presents: Somewhere London Bridge
Part walking tour, part site-specific performance, combining storytelling with a touch of improv. Join us as we reveal the hidden histories of the London Bridge area. Aside from showing you the spots only the locals know, this walk will share a collection of unexpected anecdotes, collected and created by local flaneurs ​Jonathan Peck and Mark Dawson. Urban legend or historical fact, can you cut through the hype?
 
Free workshops for all ages - Live Arts Pavilion, Potters Fields Park
Join some of the area's greatest local arts and performance organisations for free afternoon workshops and readings.
Unicorn Theatre storytelling workshops featuring current shows Breaking the Ice and Baddies the Musical (22-23 August)
 
 
- See more at: http://www.teamlondonbridge.co.uk/events-london-bridge-live-artszzznzzz.aspx?newsletter=273&?newsletter=273#sthash.vyWQ2AlJ.dpuf
 
@TeamLondonBridge and #LBLiveArts
 
 
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