The light that called you in has not taken the memory as the deep pit grows wider swallowing all smiles and joy.
Alexander Upstairs Theatre
12 November 2017, 7pm
The Alexander Bar Theatre is an absolute joy to work with as a performer or artist, and the bar and restaurant create a wonderful context in which to attend a show – have a drink or a bite before or after the performance, and best of all, take your drink in with you.
The preferred format of the venue is shorter-form performances, with most productions, theatrical or musical, running around 60 minutes. In addition, the staff is always helpful and friendly, and the ticketing system is simple and effective.
Fans of ambient, improvised soundscape can try out Dirge here. The venue is better suited to experimental music like this than most other venues in the city, and the intimacy of the theatre itself is an ideal fit for the aural experience.
A song of grief delivering us from pain. The light that called you in has not taken the memory as the deep pit grows wider swallowing all smiles and joy. We will make contact and see what happens. Join us for an alchemic, sonic experience accompanied by independent self-narrated visuals.
Helo Samo (guitar & pedals, radio, samples, accordion, percussion/drums)
Frank Lunar (viola, bass guitar, percussion)
Caitlin Mkhasibe (drums & percussion, Valiha)