Tour name: Fairy Tales & Monsters
curated by Arctic Circle
Saturday June 11 – Hall One 8pm
The Age of Not Believing Orchestra & The Real Tuesday Weld
The Real Tuesday Weld – The London Monster
TRTW’s Stephen Coates was described by The New Yorker as “an English-speaking Serge Gainsbourg rolling around Tin Pan Alley with synthesizer in hand”. His group deal in bold literary and cinematic themes, all of it dispensed with a debonair flourish. This evening they premiere a forthcoming album – the ‘soundtrack’ to Glen Duncan’s novel The Last Werewolf – and promise “music for fairies, plucked from other existing and upcoming TRTW work.”
Age of Not Believing Orchestra (with Puffin Voices)
The extensive AONBO features members of The High Llamas, The Red Clay Halo, Homelife, Dollboy and Beth Orton accompanist Ted Barnes, alongside an array of vocalists including Adrian Crowley, Emily Barker, Stephen Coates, Dale Grundle (The Sleeping Years) and a narrator, Dom Coyote. Together, they perform a suite of “spine-tingling music that delves into people’s dreams and memories”, comprising beloved children’s songs and specially commissioned compositions, arranged by composer Harry Escott. In addition, artist Louise Phillips will be making ‘live’, instinctual drawings in direct response to the evening’s musical performances.
Fairytales & Monsters Ticket Offers
Book a Pass - Book a Pass for all Fairy Tales & Monsters events for £39.50 (excludes Paper Cinema Workshop)
Evening Concerts - book all three 8pm Hall One performances for £27
Friday Family Offer - 8pm performance in Hall One £28.50 for a family of four
Not available online. Call Kings Place Box Office 020 7520 1490 for these offers.