La Piscine, 2015, Leclerc swimming pool, Pantin. Photo: Laëtitia Striffling

This September close your eyes and let the ordinary become the extraordinary. 

Situations have invited French artist Myriam Lefkowitz to reimagine Plymouth with her project Walk, Hands, Eyes (a City). Performers from Paris and Plymouth will guide you on a one-to-one exploration of the city, playing with the elements of the urban landscape.

Myriam has taken this project around the world from Venice to Amsterdam, and from Colombia to Lithuania. Each performance takes the participant on a sensory experience through the city – through a silent conversation built with touch.

Walk, Hands, Eyes (Plymouth) will take place in Plymouth from Friday 23 – Sunday 25 September. The performance is open to all, if you should have any particular access needs please feel free to contact us. Places for this performance are strictly limited and booking in advance is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

Click here to book your tickets or call the Barbican Theatre on 01752 267 131

Walk, Hands, Eyes (Plymouth) has been commissioned by Situations in collaboration with Barbican Theatre, and is supported by Plymouth Culture and Arts Council England.

Myriam Logo

{ 0 } Responses
  • Share your thoughts with us