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Duppy Hunter: A Locals Guide to St Paul's

Starts
23/10/2023 03:30 PM to
29/10/2023 05:50 PM
Where
Trinity Centre, BS2 0NW
Ticket price
Free - download the instructions
Age limit
14+
Contact number
0117 935 1200
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Duppy Hunter: A Locals Guide to St Paul's

A listening adventure exploring St. Paul's experienced on your smartphone

Some people call dem duppy.

Dem is the half of we spirit that stay on earth.

The other half gone to the ancestors.

Most is good, some is pure trouble.

Some well, they just like mischief.

Download the instruction manual here or click in ticket links to download

A duppy has gone loose in St Pauls and leading duppy hunter, Josie (played by Nadia Williams – I’m Not Running, Broadchurch) needs your help tracking it down. You will be Josie’s eyes and ears, helping her to solve the riddles the duppy leaves on its trail. Zipping past Stapleton Road, cutting through Pennywell Road, crossing the Danny, before heading onto to St Pauls, every location holds a personal resonance for Josie – conjuring up nostalgia and a Bristol of yore. As you travel through St Pauls, you may begin to wonder if this duppy is hiding something. One thing is for sure – you need to find it and fast.

Bubbling with magical realism, Duppy Hunter: A Local’s Guide to St Pauls, Bristol, is the third instalment from ENDS & TALES by Tamasha and Coney – a series of immersive smart phone adventures on foot, inspired by the untold stories and histories around us.

The ENDS & TALES adventure begins at the Trinity Centre (BS2 0NW). Participants will be navigated through and around St Pauls in Bristol, on a journey that lasts 50-90 minutes (depending on how much you want to explore!).

Click here to read the full manual for Duppy Hunter.

This adventure is best experienced with a friend, a fully charged phone, at least 1GB of data and a pair of headphones. Please remember that you’ll be outdoors – so be sure to check the weather before you start, as we all know what the British weather is like. Have a read of the full adventurer instructions.

This ENDS & TALES adventure is open and available to everyone. If you have questions or concerns regarding access, please contact info@trinitybristol.org.uk or download the event access information here/ 0117 9351200. For any questions or issues regarding tech, please contact admin@coneyhq.org.

 

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This latest adventure is by writer and academic, Dr Edson Burton (Armour of ImmanuelThe Chosen OneDeacon), inspired by interviews with the local people of Bristol and their memories. Directed by Hanna Adu-Boateng, Duppy Hunter will feature music by Composer Courtney Beckford, with Sound Design by Jake Gaule. Produced by Tamasha’s Digital Lead, Tuyet Van Huynh (BARBERSHOP CHRONICLES 360° NATIONAL THEATRE 2017) with support from Trinity Community Arts

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