An intimate one-to-one poetry performance from Ryan Van Winkle. An audio voyage featuring ambient melodies from Ragland. An installation with paintings, photographs and ephemera from a host of artists. Joy, memory and loss condensed into 15 minutes.
A red room to lay down in with a free port or tea and as many biscuits as you like.
'Intimate and haunting' (Lyn Gardner, Guardian)
'Simple, yearning and effective' (Andrzej Lukowski, Time Out)
Ryan Van Winkle is a poet, performer and critic living in Edinburgh. His poetry / theatre experiment Red, Like Our Room Used to Feel was in the top ten best-rated shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2012.
A Room for London on the roof of Queen Elizabeth Hall
Friday 31 May 6pm-9.40pm
Saturday 1 June 12 noon-4pm and 6pm-9.40pm
Individually timed entry every 20 minutes
Use the drop-down menu below to choose your preferred date and time.
Please aim to arrive at least five minutes before your allocated time. You will be met at the Queen Elizabeth Hall Ticket Office and guided to A Room for London.