Hear Pamela talk about the Theatre's unusual history, a clock that goes backwards and visiting a Zombies concert. Scan the yellow QR code to hear Pamela, the song that reminds her of Margate and to read the full transcript.
Introduced by Sharon
Music is ‘I Get Around' by the Beach Boys and 'I Get Around' (instrumental) by the Beach Boys
Sound design is by Dan Scott
Geocache container is by Philip Bond of PMB Theatre and Exhibition Services Ltd
The Margate GeoTour was created by a group of people living locally, who were interested in exploring their relationship to the coastal town through poetry, history, music and conversation. The recordings you will hear at each point in the tour were taken in between lockdowns, outside, at home and online.
This geocache is one of many that form part of the world’s first Art GeoTour: England’s Creative Coast (GT4A5). Within each uniquely created geocache, you will be able to hear about and see local hidden histories and hear stories, music and poetry, retold by local people based on their amazing coastal towns.
More about England’s Creative Coast
England’s Creative Coast is a cultural adventure for 2021 that connects and celebrates the stunning South East coastline of England. Discover 7 new contemporary artworks in the breath-taking landscape across Essex, Kent and East Sussex and take part in our GeoTour, with every cache created by the local people that live in the coastal towns of Southend-on-Sea, Gravesend, Margate, Folkestone, Hastings, Bexhill-on-Sea and Eastbourne.
Find out more about the world’s first art GeoTour, and the organisations that helped bring it to life - Cement Fields, Creative Folkestone, De La Warr Pavilion, Hastings Contemporary, Metal, Towner Eastbourne and Turner Contemporary - at englandscreativecoast.com.
Please follow all government COVID guidelines. Interaction with the geocaches is done so at your own risk.