Audio described by VocalEyes
When two teenagers sneak into a museum at night to make a film, they find more than they bargained for.
Bibi, recently arrived in Ashington, is an aspiring film maker, taking her phone all over the county, making films to capture what her new life in Northumberland is like, and to send to her brother back home.
Lucas wants to make sure she’s getting his home county right, not just the castles and coastline but the real things that made it. And so, one night he sneaks her into his favourite museum, for an up close, behind the scenes look at his town’s past. The perfect setting for the ultimate video.
But there’s someone – something else in the museum tonight. Something from the past. And it’s not staying quiet.
Performed on site at Woodhorn Museum, Ashington.
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Event image: A young, middle eastern boy seen from his torso upwards is standing on the left. He is looking to the right of centre, holding his backpack over one shoulder. In the background of the shot, to the right, is a mining tower, lit up from the top. In front of it, towards the bottom of the image is the title, Repeat Signal, in gold slightly broken text.