We invite you to a rain walk – a walk in the rain accompanied by the recorded voices of children from across the UK and Ireland. With their guidance the rainfall will become your own private theatre, a space in which to observe, imagine and play.
Because we are no better at predicting when it might rain than you are, everything you need to experience the show is contained within a little box that is sent to you when you purchase a ticket. Keep it safe until the weather turns.
Then, whether in a drizzle or a deluge, alone or with friends or family, we invite you to step outside, feel the rain on your face, and think about your place in this world that is changing so swiftly around us.
A Rain Walk is an interactive audio walk for adults and families created remotely with children from across the UK and Ireland. One ticket can be used by a single person or a household of up to 5 people. Each audience member will require their own digital device on which to download and listen to the piece.
‘an elegantly executed blend of sound art and interactive theatre… turned a usually mundane walk in the rain into something magical.’ Molly Longstaff, The University Times
Venue: Experience Pack
Age guidance: Suitable for ages 8+, involves around 30-40 minutes of walking in the rain.
Accessibility: This is an audio-based walking performance. The experience is completely self-guided, and as such would be appropriate for wheelchair users or people with assistance dogs.
Please wrap up warm!
Postage: A Rain Walk can either be posted for a postage fee, or collected from our Box Office free of charge.
This event is Pay What You Want, the prices available to select from are:
Free, £5, £10, £15, £25
We’re ensuring that all of this year’s Festival events are COVID-safe.
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£0.00 - £25.00
Created by Andy Field and Beckie Darlington
Music by Christopher Brett Bailey
Graphic Design by Will Brady
Additional audio support from Tom Parkinson
A co-commission from Dublin Fringe Festival, The Ark and Norfolk & Norwich Festival, with commissioning support from The Place.
Masthead © Jemima Yong