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Plant Blindness: LIVE at Wollaton Hall and Park

posted 19 Sep 2019, 01:13 by Erica Thomson
To coincide with Heritage Open Days and the official opening of Plant Blindness: Jason Singh, on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 September there will be special live “performances” of Plant Blindness inside the Camellia House.
Accompanied by instrumentalists Georgie Pope (Harp, Sunday) and Martin Pyne (Vibraphone, Saturday), Jason will use the natural resonant qualities of the Camellia House to amplify the music.
This opportunity can only be experienced to be believed, as audience, plant, and music merge in one place.
Performance Times :
11 - 11:45am
12 - 12:45pm
2 - 2:45pm
3 - 3:45pm
These performance are FREE and suitable for all audiences.  No booking necessary.
The Camellia House is wheelchair accessible and is located within the formal gardens.
The installation Plant Blindness: Jason Singh continues until Spring 2020, open daily*
*seasonal opening times will vary.