Take a walk with stories whispered in your ear
BRISTOL'S literary heritage will be described in a digital app which forms part of a one-off launch event.
Author Tony White is to showcase Missorts, an immersive artwork, at St Mary Redcliffe on Tuesday, November 20.
Audiences download a free mobile app, put on headphones and take a walk listening to stories triggered by GPS.
Spokesman Nathan Taylor said: "The urban jumble of new office blocks, bus stops and historic landmarks sets the scene for stories whispered in your ear. As you move through the streets, characters reoccur telling of lost love, unrealised aspirations and fantastical visions."
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Conceived and directed by writer and novelist Mr White, the stories are accompanied by a striking new musical score commissioned from composer Jamie Telford, former keyboard player with The Jam, for St Mary Redcliffe Church's Harrison and Harrison organ in its centenary year.
Missorts can be downloaded at www.missorts.com from November 20. The event on the same day will see psychedelic drum pop band Beaty Heart remixing Missorts accompanied by live readings by Mr White. The event is free and open to all, but booking is essential at www.situations.org.uk.