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An ever-evolving installation of voices, a room filled with memories and burning constellations of light

We See Fireworks is a sound and light installation made from hundreds of voices that gently unfold in the darkness. Funny, haunting, vivid stories of incredible performances gathered from all over the world remind us what lies at the heart of every theatrical experience. Long-ago spectaculars, big dance numbers, accidents and ghost trains touch your heart to change your view of theatre forever.

Here theatre lives on becoming ever more vivid as time passes. And we remain audience – still out there, urgent, present and true.

‘We See Fireworks is as simple as it is brilliant, exemplifying the opening possibilities of a new form: no stage, no performers, but a deeply meaningful experience.’ Real Time, Australia

This special installation is sited in the disused old Commonwealth Museum near Bristol Temple Meads Station. It’s open from Mon 11 Feb to Sun 17 Feb. The installation is well signed, simply drop by between 11am and 6.30pm to experience this one-off exhibition.



Read The Guardian review.



Tweet your own ‘Firework Moment’ to @In_Between_Time using #weseefireworks. This event is free. Please consider donating at the event, and help us continue to make bold, beautiful and thought-provoking artwork. Part of a series of Bristol Temple Quarter commissions coordinated by Watershed, Knowle West Media Centre and MAYK, with support from Bristol City Council and Arts Council England.