Wednesday 18 June 2008

real kick

Last month this blog speculated on how theatre might be
more seasonal. Christopher Woodward, director of London's
Museum of Garden History, says, 'There is a real thirst
to bring nature and the seasons back into the concrete city.' He even takes part in his first act of guerrilla gardening. 'There's definitely a real kick, isn't there, to digging up public land?'

Video of some comic street theatre: guerrilla gardeners are planting forget-me-nots (above) one night at the Elephant and Castle roundabout when some policemen arrive and threaten them with arrest for criminal damage to public property.

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