Let the memories, dreams and imaginations of BS13 residents transform an apparently ordinary short pavement walk into something extraordinary.
Brave Bold Drama, a Withywood-based professional theatre and community arts company, worked with adults who live in BS13 people for 8 weekly sessions, meeting in the evenings at Campus Pool Skatepark cafe.
The creative writing takes inspiration from local features on a short, mile-long pavement walk in Withywood between Campus Pool Skatepark and Withywood Park.
Voiced by the writers themselves: Diana, Helen, Jacob, Jan and Sophie.
This walk covers fairly easy terrain suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs. There is free street parking in the area, and toilets are available when Campus Pool Skatepark is open.
Editing and sound design by Gill Simmons. Funded by Arts Council England.
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