Author Archives: Holly Rumble
Tuesday morning’s otherwise quiet birdwatching session ended quite spectacularly with a group of people dressed as blackbirds running into the park. I absolutely didn’t orchestrate this, I promise.
Liz Rawlings recorded a One Minute Birdwatching preview on Friday and an extract with interview can be heard online here, as part of an article on site specific work: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-19146968
I am typing this at my apartment in Edinburgh, where I have just seen a wren and a heron fly past. The birdwatching sessions at West Princes Street Gardens weren’t quite as dramatic, but there were plenty of gulls to … Continue reading
For more discussion about the work I am taking to Edinburgh please take a look at this article by Laura Ennor: http://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/article/43238-hear-a-pin-drop-at-the-2012-edinburgh-fringe/
One Minute Birdwatching is now live on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe website: http://www.edfringe.com/whats-on/theatre/one-minute-birdwatching-free
I’ve just found a video of one of the quietest performances I did at ANTI, uploaded only a week ago. It’s pretty funny, and just demonstrates why I should be more selective about the times of day I do this! … Continue reading
My performances will be by the fountain in West Princes Street Gardens at 9.30am and 1.30pm every day from Saturday 4th August to Thursday 9th August. Thanks to Cathy Dignan (Parks Events Officer) for permission to perform in the Gardens. … Continue reading