Hirsch and Mann, this year’s Playable City Award winners are beginning to work on their project, Stop, Smile, Stroll. As part of their ‘Thinking By Making’ approach, they are hosting an open workshop for people in Bristol to come along and help them understand what it’s like to be a pedestrian in Bristol.

Playable City has a successful history of using play to connect citizens to one another. So far we’ve created texting lamposts, hidden ‘Urbanimals’ in the city and asked you to dance with your shadow.

This year, we want to create better, even more magical experiences for people in Bristol. To help us get it right, we ask you to join award winning designers Daniel and Katrin from Hirsch and Mann for a workshop on 02 Feb in Watershed from 6:00 to 8:00 PM to tell us what you love and hate, to try things out and to help us understand what it’s like to be a pedestrian in Bristol.

Interested? Call Rosie on +44 (0)117 3708870 or email rosie.c@watershed.co.uk to sign up or ask questions.

No experience required. Refreshments provided. Local Travel expenses covered.