Sunday, 27 May 2012

The Mariners Journey

   The Mariners Journey  

Burdened by an extraordinary enormous albatross wing and the relentless desire for redemption, The Mariners Journey combines ritual, a journey between two extraordinary church buildings and aerial performances at Holy Trinity church.

The Ancient Mariner, wearing an extraordinary “narrative” coat, journeys through the urban landscape of Leeds.  Through the incessant need to illustrate the heinous act of killing the albatross, this highly visual & physical performance re-interprets the original text as a crime against nature and the environment.

The aerial performances at Holy Trinity take place within thematically linked art work, “Making Waves” curated by arts@trinity and The Den Project,

Work in progress at Left Bank. Photograph -  Deborah Sanderson

The Mariners Journey Schedule – Thursday 31st May 2012

12.30pm  The Mariners Ritual – Left Bank, Cardigan Road, Burley, Leeds, LS6 1LJ
12.45pm  The Mariners Journey commences from Left Bank.
The exact journey route will be posted  Tuesday 29th May 2012
2pm         The Mariners Arrival and aerial performances at Holy Trinity Church - Boar Lane. Leeds, LS1 6HW     
3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm and 7pm.* Further aerial performances

The events are free and un-ticketed. It is possible to drop in to any aspect of the event. Suitable for family audiences. *Maybe subject to change.