The Depthcharge event, forming part of the 10th anniversary celebrations of Gunwharf Quays, happens tomorrow (Sunday 4th December) by Wet Picnic at Gunwharf Quays. There are different options for you to see the contributed work by four local primary schools, and the amazing work of Wet Picnic:
You can become a Time Engineer by booking tickets (£5 each from the New Theatre Royal) which will give you a guided tour of performances and installations from 5pm onwards.
You can become a Time Follower (for FREE) by downloading the map from HERE and take yourself on a tour from 4.30pm onwards.
You can visit the Log Room Exhibition (where the Creative Writing created by Corpus Christi Primary School and the photography created by St Johns Cathedral Primary School will be on display) and see the banner by St Pauls Primary School from 12 noon onwards (head for the Police Station)!
You can watch the 5 minute dance performed by pupils from St Swithuns Primary School at 4.30pm outside the Police Station.
So why not come along and see what the time detectives discovered! For more information and to download your map visit:
Below are a selection of B&W film photos taken by the St John’s Primary year 6 pupils taken with vintage, manual control cameras.