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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Getting Out

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All the dance pieces finished today, so we de-rigged and cleared up.

Here are some of the excitingly ancient lanterns that we were using! And a close-up of a WWII-era Patt 123!
9th Mar 2005, 22:19   comments (11)


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There we go. The flat ladder bit swings up and you stand on the

It's outside because it's been bad. It knows what it did.
9th Mar 2005, 14:44   comments (3)

Ode To A Small Box Of Purple Leaf Matter I Found Up A Corridor One Midsummer Morning

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No explanation as to the why's and wherefore's of this one.
8th Mar 2005, 23:30   comments (0)


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We used a helium balloon for the birthday party section in our piece.

Annie insisted on recreating that well-known scientific experiment.
8th Mar 2005, 20:46   comments (3)

Ready? Go!

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Literally minutes before it all kicked off. And now it's only memories...

I'd go to sleep right now, but I've missed all the moblog'ing action from the last day-and-a-bit.
8th Mar 2005, 19:55   comments (3)


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Our stupidly beautiful set, even more jellyfish-like now it's complete.
The balloons caused us some unexpected problems, but it all went
fantastically swimmingly. Yay.
8th Mar 2005, 19:32   comments (0)

Production Day

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We hauled the loading doors open to trundle in the Tallascope, ready to start rigging the set.

What an amazingly busy day it's been! I'm an achy-backed little techie, and I'm giving myself the evening off.
8th Mar 2005, 19:26   comments (3)


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...Look Around You - Live!

The amazing Mr Serafinowicz and team meet HRH Sir Prince Charles and have some problems with the sex-change machine.

Thanks, Hanks. Thanks.
7th Mar 2005, 22:35   comments (1)