Dive into a weekend of music as Glasgow pool
hosts Sonic Soak
The Govanhill Baths Art and Regeneration Team in association with 85A
A Sonic Soak
August 21st and 22nd, 2010.
Join a kaleidoscopic shoal of musicians, sound artists, orators, costumed performers, sculptures and local film makers in the echoing acoustics of the cavernous Govanhill Baths.
Take an experimental plunge into the depths of Govanhill's disused Edwardian swimming pool.
‘A Sonic Soak’ is an ambitious, celebratory and provocative audiovisual experience set within this this unique B Listed historic building which was closed to the public in 2001.
Dive in over the weekend of the 21st and 22nd of August from 11am-8pm (Sat) and 1-8pm (Sun) and experience an eccentric arrangement of local musical and choral talents. The Acts have been selected and the event programmed by renegade Glasgow sound and art collective 85A who assure you that there is no chlorine in the pool.
Entry to A Sonic Soak is free and safe for all ages. Refreshments available.
If you feel like making a splash at the deep end, feel welcome to attend in your finest swimwear or an aquatic creation of your choice. There's a free workshop on Thursday August 19th for anyone who wants a bit of help with their outfit. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org more details.
Numbers for the event will be limited so to guarantee entry pick up a ticket from the Govanhill Baths Community Trust office, 126 Calder Street, Govanhill or email email@example.com phone Lisa Peebles at 0141 433 2999.
No bombing, running, horse play or heavy petting!
Hold your breath and immerse yourself in A Sonic Soak.