Heather Marshall / Creative Electric – Sinking Horses


The old Leith Theatre



Kickout hole – A depression in the pinball table that the ball can fall into. This is usually just large enough for the ball to fit into it. After gaining some points, and/or adjusting the game state, the ball is kicked back into play in a predictable direction and speed.


  • 2205 Pills*
  • plus
  • 1 Free Life Game

*Pills must be taken over the course of one year by one player.

An interactive, endurance performance created by Heather Marshall and informed and performed by you.

Heather Marshall is a socio political artist who often works under the alias of Creative Electric where she creates accessible work for those who don’t traditionally attend mainstream arts events.

These have included:

  • Glittershit- an audio installation for public toilets.
  • Wonder– an immersive playground for 16-25 year olds.
  • Treat – a durational performance work exploring the importance of self-care.
  • Hey, I’m Alive! – an endurance performance that explored the isolation of life shortening conditions by placing performers inside giant zorbs.
  • Fragility – a performance with & for young men that explores the pressures of sex.
  • Re:place – a continuous art project that provides a creative outlet and basic living essentials for people living on the streets of Edinburgh.