…speaking through art, poetry and humour…oh and politics too!

There’s a world outside the bedroom window…

There's a world outside my bedroom window...

…waiting for me to get well again. #beddingout


I urge you to become involved, it’s easy, here’s how:

Via the web: You can watch Bedding Out throughout its 48 hours at

Bedside Conversations (duration 40 minutes) will be live streamed with audio, BSL interpretation and live subtitles: Wed 10 Apr 2.00pm and 6.00pm, Thu 11 Apr noon (via twitter) and 3.15pm, Fri 12 Apr 10.15am.

On Twitter (@RGPLIzCrow with the hashtag #beddingout):
You can follow the work – and join in! Tweets will include live updates on the performance, audience reactions and Bedside Conversations, as well as responses to individual tweets. Tweets will be fed into conversations and there will be an all-twitter conversation on the Thursday at noon.

Anyone not on twitter can text us: 07784 899514 (outside the UK take away the 0 and add +44) and we can upload what they say to twitter. Typing ‘MySecret’ before the text, means we will tweet messages anonymously.
@RGPLizCrow   #beddingout   07784 899514″


Written by carolecarrick

March 19, 2013 at 12:02 pm

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