About Weathering Together

Weathering Together is a collaborative, multi-generational community project that gathers the eclectic voices of Weston-super-Mare and explores our ever-volatile weather cycles.

An immersive audio experience has been co-created with community groups by sound artist Joseff Harris, exploring how the natural environment forms our identity and how human impact on the natural world is dramatically changing the landscapes we know and love. It will transport you through vivid memories and nostalgia, but it will also harness the voices of the future and highlight how change must happen now.

Weathering Together can be heard at See Monster, and an immersive version will also tour to the gardens of elderly care homes this Summer and to North Somerset libraries in the Autumn.

An online, digital version will also be coming soon to download from wherever you are!

Joseff Harris is a South-West based composer, sound artist and audio producer working across theatre, film and audio. His work is driven by how sound can tap into our subconscious and carry us to vivid worlds, both real and abstract. The natural world plays an integral role in his work. See Joseff Harris’ website

Get Involved with Weathering Together!

Gathering Stories

Public story gathering sessions open to all, as part of a Weathering Together community audio project, supported by North Somerset Library Service.

Come along and share your thoughts on the weather, the environment and what that means to you living in Weston. We want to hear and amplify your collective voices!

Date: 23 May 2022

At: Weston Central Library, Town Hall, Walliscote Grove Rd, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1UJ

Time: 11.30am to 12.30pm

At: For All Healthy Living Centre Library, 68 Lonsdale Ave, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 3SJ

Time: 3.30pm to 4.30pm


Introduction to Sound Design & Music Production For 14 to 19 year-olds.

Date: 18 June 2022

At: Weston Artspace, 73 High Street, Weston-super-Mare, BS23 1HL

Time: 2:30pm-5:30pm

This practical workshop, led by Joseff Harris will explore what it means to create an immersive piece of audio. Inspired by the places and sounds around us, the session will provide you with the skillset to interact with your environment in new ways. How do we record sounds with simple tech? How can we make them immersive? How can we tell narratives through sound? Bring along your smartphone and find out!

Register in advance at: engage@theatreorchard.org.uk  Limited places, allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Participants will need to have a smartphone – if anyone has problems accessing, please contact engage@theatreorchard.org.uk in advance.