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Deep End At Marshall Street Baths

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Imagine...Ghosts of silent swimmers pad along a corridor leaving wet footprints and discarded towels; glimpsed through a broken window- overgrown with branches- the empty pool echoes to the sound of children’s laughter whilst in the deserted changing rooms piles of carefully folded clothes await the bathers return. Read More >

Deep EndImagine…Ghosts of silent swimmers pad along a corridor leaving wet footprints and discarded towels; glimpsed through a broken window- overgrown with branches- the empty pool echoes to the sound of children’s laughter whilst in the deserted changing rooms piles of carefully folded clothes await the bathers return.

Deep End is a site-specific piece created by director Geraldine Pilgrim and the Corridor Performance Company for the Marshall Street Baths in London’s Soho. Deep End is a promenade through the Baths lasting approximately half an hour.

Deep End will be a unique opportunity to tour these atmospheric disused baths before imminent redevelopment. Corridor’s director Geraldine Pilgrim is working with young people, older people and members of the Westminster community to create an installation that draws on the memories and ghosts that inhabit this much loved building.

Deep End is supported by Westminster Council, the Arts Council of England, Awards for All, Central School of Speech and Drama, Wimbledon School of Art and Molinare

Location:

14-16 Marshall Street/>, London/>, W1V 1LN

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Important Dates & Timing

Opening Night: 12/12/2005

Closing Night: 18/12/2005

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