events

unturned stones

an exhibition

1 July – 31 July 2017

Artist: Caroline Howitt
Poet: Angelika Sivyer

The Unturned Stones exhibition is a synthesis of image and poetry that explores the cyclical patterns in nature and their relationship to our experience.

Cross Street Unitarian Chapel
Cross St
Manchester
M2 1NL

Part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2017.


tracing paths

a performance

Friday 7 July – Sunday 9 July 2017

Creative Directors: Jackie McTaggart, Grainne Gordon

Tracing Paths is an exciting new production from the Unturned Stones project exploring innovative ways of performing.
It is an invitation to experience a sensory connection through the beauty of voice, word, sound, colour and movement.
This new collaboration will perform for the first time at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2017.
The accompanying exhibition is part of the performance.

You are encouraged to spend some time with the exhibition to enhance your experience of the performance.

Performers:

Tracing Paths has been made possible by this talented group of women:

Janet Wolstenholme: Composer, Piano, Harp, Drums
Anjali Chatterjee: Dance and Voice
Angela Cooper: Voice and Percussion
Grainne Gordon: Voice
Wendy Scott-Kay: Dance

Songs
“Lay Your Burden Down” by Janet Wolstenholme
“Sunshine” by Grainne Gordon
“Home” by Angela Cooper

This performance has come from a dynamic, evolving and collaborative process with contributions from all the performers.  We are very grateful for their creativity and patience working with an ever-changing project.

There are five performances:
Friday 7 July:  7.30pm
Saturday 8 July:  2.30pm and 7.30pm
Sunday 9 July:  2.30pm and 7.30pm

The show will last approximately 60 minutes

Venue

Cross Street Unitarian Chapel
Cross St
Manchester
M2 1NL

Tickets

Part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival 2017.
You can buy tickets here.
£10 / £5 concessions 


Unturned Stones

The first series of images, Unturned Stones, are at The Elk, Beech Road, Chorlton, M21 9EG

On-going since June 2016

Images from this series can be viewed in Gallery 1

They are available for purchase from the Shop.


Everything is Connected

The second series of images and haiku, Everything is Connected

The Barbecue, Wilbraham Road, Chorlton, M21 9HS

November 2016 – March 2017

Series 2 are not currently available for purchase but you can see them here.


Unturned Stones at Chorlton Arts Festival

Unturned Stones exhibited the first series of images and haiku at Chorlton Arts Festival in May 2016.

Unturned Stones at Keele University

Unturned Stones exhibited the first series of images and haiku at Keele University in September 2015.

See Testimonials for some of the responses.