Do you want to create your own music with homemade tabletop instruments built from wooden chopping boards and guitar components, and amplified with contact microphones? In this workshop, led by Cumbria-based Octopus Collective, we will focus on improvising together to create a short piece of music with up to 14 performers.

Designed as a no-budget, rucksack-friendly alternative to a guitar, the boards are fitted with leftover strings and played with chopsticks, violin bows, mallets and various implements for a range of sounds from delicate scraping to vicious hammering.

Join Octopus on Friday and Saturday early afternoon, in the Things to Make and Do workshop tent, The Space Between.

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