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This City’s Centre 3. Here, Now

Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970


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Ages 12+


£10 (£8)



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This City’s Centre 3. Here, Now


This City’s Centre Part 3: Here, Now

Part of Unexpected – a new arts festival for Exeter.

This City’s Centre 3. Here, Now is the third part of a new digital triptych for Exeter… and cities everywhere. A participatory performance event using live video streaming from people’s homes and the streets outside them, Here, Now has been made in collaboration with local associate artists and city centre residents. Gather at the front of St Stephen’s House on Catherine St to be welcomed into the ‘heart of Exeter’, and find out more about what This City’s Centre is made of.

As part of the performance, Blind ditch invite you to bring along an item from your windowsill.

There is also the opportunity for people to watch and interact with the performance remotely via the Live Stream link on This City’s Centre website.

There is limited wheelchair access in this venue – for more information please contact

This City’s Centre 1. Window a sound/video installation is showing at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum until 22nd September.

This City’s Centre 2. Linger. An interactive map is for sale at venues across the city priced £2.

For more information visit the project’s website or follow @blindditch @thiscityscentre


Blind Ditch

Blind Ditch are a Devon based artist collective who bring together varied voices from the communities they work with to create digital arts and performance events in everyday spaces. Their award winning VANLAND project toured a multi-screen converted caravan with young people’s films to village fetes in Devon and Ireland, they’ve exhibited supersize storyboards on train station platforms, screened artist films in pubs and bars across rural Teignbridge, performed over the internet from people’s homes across the world, and toured a mobile table tennis table around unused and unloved parts of 6 British cities.

Blind Ditch members are: Paula Crutchlow, John Levack Drever, Volkhardt Müller and Cat Radford. Find out more about our work at

This City’s Centre is supported by the National Lottery through Arts Council England, Exeter City Council and Arts and Culture at the University of Exeter. It is delivered in partnership with Exeter Phoenix, RAMM, Exeter College and i-DAT Plymouth University with support from Virgin Media, the Bike Shed Theatre, Guildhall Shopping Centre, Princesshay.

Read more about This City’s Centre and how it has been developed in this interview with co-author and director Paula Crutchlow here >>




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