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The Q – enhancing the nations queueing experience. Here is a link to Joanna Ornowska’s excellent images of a day spent Q-ing in Coventry. Talking Birds premiered The Q at locations in the City Centre as part of London 2012 Open Weekend.

Q MOB from MINDRIOT PRODUCTIONS on Vimeo. … a few glimpses of the Q Mob on the first of 2 days spent pampering the queueing public of Cov. as part of the London 2012 Open Weekend. Next week (29th/30th July) the Q Utility Vehicle makes its way to Birmingham City Centre. Look out for performances […]

The Q


‘Queue Enhancement Specialist’ Rose break-dances his way round Talking Birds’ FarGo rehearsal unit, sporting crisp-out-of-the-bag tangerine streetwear (see pic). By way of celebrating the London 2012 Open Weekend (1 whole year to go ’til the Olympics) Talking Birds will introduce The Q to the precincts of Coventry this coming friday and saturday. The Q team will illustrate […]



<p><a href=”″>Scoop</a&gt; from <a href=””>MINDRIOT PRODUCTIONS</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p> Created by Talking Birds and MindRiot Prods. as stimulus for an education project with Coventry schools.

Day 2 at Watch This Space, and we’re flashing our performer passes around like there’s no tomorrow. Infact there is no tomorrow, ‘cos we’ll be jetting back to Coventry this evening – once the trailer has been coupled back up to Land Rover and our Food Vouchers have been redeemed in the luxurious NT canteen. […]

The Whale


I’m readying myself for my debut at the National… This week Talking Birds‘ touring tin Whale makes an appearance on the South Bank as part of Watch This Space, a summer-long Festival of Outdoor Performance. For a few minutes at a time, The Whale swallows up its audience – who become privy to a narrative in which a […]

Photographer Neil Harrison’s posts his documentation of Shelf Life, a two-day investigation/performance with Talking Birds and MA(Interdisciplinary Arts) students in the abandoned Old Library at Queen’s University, Belfast.  (link to Neil’s pictures) Shelf Life was the penultimate in a series of  ‘Adventures in Interdisciplinarity‘, in which practitioners from different disciplines were invited to collaborate with students – […]