Hum your way across Lancaster with new phone app

The Hum.
The Hum.
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A free phone app brings the theatre of the city to your pocket

The Hum is a free sound and movement trail centred across the Lancaster district by Flexer & Sandiland.

Presented by This Place Project and Lancaster Arts, locations include St Nic’s Arcade and the Bus Station in Lancaster and the Arndale Centre and the Pleasureland Arcade in Morecambe.

There are no performers and no stage in The Hum, just real-life framed as unusual and surprising performance through your phone or other mobile device: everyday choreography by everyday people on their journeys through the streets of the city.

Forming a series of acute observations on how we live and embody ourselves in the urban environment, The Hum incorporates text and reading from a diverse range of artists. The writers are international dance artist Wendy Houston, dance writer for The Times Donald Hutera, Maria Oshodi director of Extant Theatre Company of visually impaired people and live artist Pete Phillips.

The readers include George Adams of LPM Dance Theatre and theatre writer and director Mark Whitelaw, who both created new readings for this edition of The Hum. Link to the phone apps by visitiing: Android -https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.thehum.lancaster&hl=en_GB or

Apple-https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/the-hum-lancaster-morecambe/id1362704298?mt=8