KlangHaus:Four Storeys The Neutrinos & Sal Pittman
After 3 sold out weeks at the Edinburgh Fringe and 41 sold out shows at London’s Royal Festival Hall, KlangHaus, the immersive music/theatre crossover collaboration between Norwich based band The Neutrinos and Great Yarmouth born artist Sal Pittman is coming to Norfolk for the very first time.
Produced and presented by Norwich Arts Centre, the 7 performances will take place on 20, 21, 22 and 23 December at St Georges Works, Muspole St Norwich. The shows will be at 6.30 and 8.30 on all days except Friday 23 when it will be 6.30 only.
KlangHaus is a maverick collision between noise, concealed sound and visual imagery. In the atmospheric surroundings of Norwich’s disused furniture depository St Georges Works, experimental art-rock collective The Neutrinos and visual artist Sal Pittman will assemble a site-responsive montage of light, sound and space inspired by the history of the building. KlangHaus is completely reinvented for each location it is performed in, akin to a duet with the building, taking deep breaths of life and love to create a sensory encounter of shifting sound, colour, electronica, improvisation and disorientation. Tues 20, Weds 21, Thurs 22 December 6.30 and 8.30. Fri 23 December 6.30 only
St George’s Works, Muspole St, Norwich NR3 1DJ
Tickets £12 (£6 concessions) from Norwich Arts Centre 01603 660352 www.norwichartscentre.co.uk