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Dark Room: Listen In, The Neutrinos 11 days of Christmas

Exclusive series of 220 free gigs for (very) intimate audiences of just 1 person

Dark Room : Listen In, lasts for ten minutes, and as the title suggests is in a dark setting. Neutrinos singer Karen Reilly said, ‘We love logistical problem solving and creating intense experiences for people. In lockdown, time feels different, I can travel to work online in a matter of seconds and suddenly ten minutes feels like a long time, a time when something significant could happen’

The show is an experiment in developing ideas. A trained photographer, Karen conceived the idea based on her years developing photographs in photographic dark rooms at Norwich University of the Arts and London’s Royal College of Art

The band hailed as ‘total game changers’ by The Guardian and ‘truly outstanding’ by The Daily Telegraph are creating Dark Room as a short sound experience with sound effects

The 220 shows will take place over 11 days. To help safety face masks must be worn throughout the socially distanced performance and the space will be thoroughly sanitised before each show

Last month The Neutrinos had planned to take a new recreation of their hit show KlangHaus (which already has over 100 sell-out London Royal Festival Hall shows under its belt) to Glasgow for UN Climate Conference, CoP26. Like most other events the conference was sadly postponed organisers have invited the band to reschedule for 2021

The Neutrinos’ adventurous nature has led them to perform on boats, in complete darkness at an art gallery, in a former horse hospital, a bus depot and in a vast furniture depository

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