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Walking piece details

Duration30 minutes

All stories are written by NG Bristow

These stories are part of a collection with A Week to Walk a Fortnight and THE WALKING CURE a 30 minute two-person sound walk, and they are available in A Week to Walk a Fortnight chapbook (available here from the Museum of Walking.)

LUNCH WITH THE ARTIST

Read by Charlotte Whitaker

What3words: hunt.water.guard

LOSING GRETA

Read by NG Bristow

What3words: ruby.soft.reef

DA VINCI

Read by Peter Reder

What3words: acid.wants.beard

IF YOU DIDN’T KNOW YOU’D NEVER THINK

Read by Violet Patton-Ryder

What3words: hang.rents.period

ON LOCATION

Read by Sakuntala Ramenee

What3words: stray.tiles.decks

TOO BIG TO FAIL

Read by Steve North and James Doherty 

What3words: shaky.things.highs

MY WEEK OF NON-MAGICAL THINKING

Read by James Bailey

What3words: spicy.nuns.rotate

These stories are linked with A Week to Walk a Fortnight

NG Bristow

NG Bristow

In 2019 Nigel wrote and directed DUMBSTRUCK ON BAZELY STREET one half of ONE OH EIGHT - a pair of geolocated audio dramas set on the 108 bus routes in London and Cape Town. The listener downloads the app which triggers the audio drama to play on their pho...

Andrew Stuck

United Kingdom

Founder

Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

Near Corporation Row, London, UK

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