FROM WEDNESDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2020 AND AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES
Baixada del Toro Street (close to number 43)
LET THE PIGEONS EAT HER (AND TAKE HER HOME)
Glòria Granell Barberà (Catalonia)
In the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, Abel receives an unexpected call. At the foot of a staircase, in the city of Tarragona, under a lamppost with two round balls that look like full moons. A lamppost is not unworthy of death, nothing and no one is unworthy of death. Nor of life. But when he reaches the top he will see the sea from a unique perspective.
Let the pigeons eat her (and take her home) it’s the story of those who struggle to dignify life and humanize death. An immersive experience that rummages the abysses of the city, the invisible mark of those who jump. A ritual to say goodbye to everything we have lost and honor the silence of the world. The silence of those who will not be able to say anything, of those who die alone, of those who return home.
Available in Catalan, Spanish and English. 35 minutes.
What is a Story Walker and how does it work?
This Story Walker is an audiovisual piece set in the streets of Tarragona and where the public becomes the main character of the story. To enjoy this innovative cultural experience just call the phone number you will find detailed in your ticket. It’s necessary to indicate the telephone number of the device with which you want to listen to the piece. The process of registering your phone number can take up to 24 hours after purchase and is valid up to five days after activation.
Before making the call, keep in mind that:
• You have to be located at n. 43 of the Baixada del Toro Street in Tarragona.
• You have to bring a metal box with breadcrumbs with you.
• It is recommended to connect headphones to your mobile device.
• The duration of the piece is 35 min and once started it cannot be stopped or restarted.
Dramaturgy and Spanish translation: Glòria Granell Barberà.
English translation: Mabel Bofarull.
With the voices of: Nigel Planer, Ivana Miño i Pep Plana.
Sound design and editing: Albert Rué.
Music: Gerard Marsal
Photo: Albert Rué
Production: FITT New Dramaturgies