For those of you too lazy, here's the copy and paste bit:
"Real Foxes Are Creeping Up is an audio-based detour, a piece of site specific performance art for one person. It goes in through your ears and out through your feet. Each tour lasts 30 minutes. At the starting point, you pick up an mp3 player, a set of headphones and a hand drawn map. A voice describes your surroundings and takes you on a journey through public and private spaces, using the architecture of the city as stage design and the real history of the city and its contemporary environment as the basis for a narrative exploration.If you've done it what's it like? Arty claptrap or thought-provoking and insightful? Or a mixture of both? Seems worth a punt for the fiver charge, yeah?