furious folly

Mark Anderson

Performances:
Thursday 20 September, 7.00pm for a prompt 7.30pm start
Friday 21 September, 7.00pm for a prompt 7.30pm start
Location: Mount Pleasant Park & Ride
£10/£8 (plus booking fees)

An unmissable night-time performance in collaboration with 14 – 18 NOW

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As night falls in no-mans-land a battlefront is drawn between the two lines. Disorientated, you suddenly find yourself immersed within an open-air collage of sound, light, pyrotechnics and performance. Railing against the futility of the Great War and the madness of the battlefield, Furious Folly challenges the inhumanity and senselessness of conflicts past and present.

Please note: The location of this performance has been confirmed.

The audience is invited to gather from 7pm at Mouth Pleasant Park + Ride, Weymouth (DT3 5BJ) for a prompt 7.30pm start to the performance when they will be guided into to the performance arena.

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Tickets for the event must be booked in advance. Please note; For safety reasons children under the age of 14 will not be admitted to Furious Folly. Once within the performance area, the audience is not permitted to leave until the show is finished due to safety restrictions. Latecomers are not guaranteed admission. This is an outdoor performance that takes place on grass and is standing room only. Please come prepared for all weather conditions. The performance features strobe lighting, pyrotechnics and smoke effects.

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Getting to the event

Mount Pleasant Park & Ride

Please arrive in time for a prompt 7.30pm start. Latecomers are not guaranteed to be invited.

Public Transport
Weymouth and Upwey train stations are both just over 2 miles away with buses stopping nearby both. First Wessex bus service 2 runs every 12 minutes.

Car Parking
We recommend lift-sharing to the venue. There is ample free parking available at the site, including 12 Blue Badge spaces.

About the artist:

Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson uses light, sound, electronics, kinetics, fire and pyrotechnics to make compelling site specific temporary installations and performances, often spectacular, at other times subtle and intimate, and, on occasion, all these things at the same time.

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