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Inflatable Stonehenge coming to Bristol
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In celebration of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, ‘Sacrilege’, the life-sized inflatable replica of Stonehenge for people to bounce on is coming to Bristol.
Sacrilege – by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller – will be at College Green on Saturday, August 18. The free, fun inflatable will be open for bouncing from 10.30am to 6pm.
A co-commission between Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art and the Mayor of London, the work was enormously popular when, supported by Creative Scotland, it appeared in Glasgow earlier this year.
With support from Arts Council England and the Department for Media, Culture and Sport, it is now travelling around the country to 26 locations as part of the nationwide London 2012 Festival.
Jeremy Deller’s Sacrilege is aimed at people of all ages and its appearance in Bristol is expected to attract a lot of local interest, adding to the excitement of the country hosting the 2012 Games. It is also light-hearted way for people to think about one of the UK’s most iconic historic monuments.
Please note this inflatable is subject to weather conditions. Check opening times and local weather conditions by following Sacrilege on Twitter.
For more information visit the Sacrilege website.
Published on: Mon, 06/08/2012