The seating for this performance is unreserved.
Doors open 15 minutes before the advertised start time of the show, so please arrive in good time to find yourself the seat of your choice.
Singer and multi-instrumentalist Seaming To has been a mainstay of much of the UK’s most interesting musical ventures for a good while (Homelife, Graham Massey, Herbaliser, Robert Wyatt). Presenting a deeply personal piece, Seaming joins her prize-winning concert pianist mother Enloc Wu to perform “Songs for My Grandmother”, combining the worlds of alternative electronic and classical music. Picking from voice, clarinet, dulcimer, music box and electronics this is a show full of unexpected musical corners and charming directness.
“The voice of the 21st century.” Radio One
Kira Kira last performed for OCM with the Icelandic Kitchen Motors collective in 2006. This mischievous group crosses the divides between film, music, art and theatre, and Kira Kira’s solo work is similarly eclectic. Beautiful noises combine with subtle instrumentation to immersive and beguiling effect.
Recommended to those who came to: Lotus Pedals, Kitchen Motors, Paddy Steer, Simon Bookish, Pamelia Kurstin