The Middle Class Revolutionary Road Show rolls into town in September for the Brighton Digital Festival and World Stage Design in Cardiff. For this second leg of our tour, The Neo-Futurist Collective and Fruit For The Apocalypse transform The White Room at Phoenix Gallery Brighton into a pop up vintage emporium on September 7th, starting at 8pm sharp. The evening will feature the launch of our new website, a commissioned film installation from Tim Newton and a special appearance (after the main performance) of The Vintage DJ spinning exotica and easy listening until 10.30pm. The bar will be open throughout.
You can book tickets for Brighton here.
This is followed by an ambitious concert performance at Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama for World Stage Design 2013 on September 14th, dedicated to the memory of my friend and colleague, sound designer Steve Brown.
You can book tickets for Cardiff here.
Featuring a brand new film installation by Tim Newton (a regular collaborator of artist Bob and Roberta Smith) this edition of Skinny Lattes is designed for performance in gallery spaces, theatres and concert halls – in contrast to the site-specific edition previously presented at Trellick Tower as part of InTRANSIT festival.
Listen to the feature on The Opera Hour on Resonance FM.
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