Portside Walk

a 15 minute site-specific walking audio play for the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, written and recorded by David McIntosh. Music by Aleister Murphy. Portside Walk was originally commissioned by Neworld Theatre and PTC as part of their PodPlays series.

To read a blog post about the creation of this work, click here.

To see a map with the starting point for this work,  click here.

To download an MP3 file of this work, click here.

Download and walk the work anytime you wish. The download is free of charge, but donations are always appreciated. To donate in specific appreciation of this work please scroll down and click on the Canada Helps button at the bottom of this page. (Write "Portside" in the comments section so I can keep track in the high tide of e-commerce).

"...Portside Walk is a kind of rumination on settlement and sorry, two euphemisms traditionally reliant on a judicial use of alcohol to maximize their efficacy. In recognition of this, I'd like to suggest:

the aptly named Alibi Room as an appropriate place to imbibe before you begin

and the very white naugahyde chairs of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Lobby Lounge, as the perfect place to reflect."

DMc

 

photos on this page by Amy Pelletier