On the 40th anniversary of the cult film, Wicker Man, Elefest presents the London debut of Noise of Art's club-based music, film and art show inspired by the 1973 British cinema classic.
With very special guest:
Nathaniel Parker (Inspector Lynley, Merlin, The Audience)
Justin Robertson (Deadstock 33s)
Matt Black (Coldcut)
Ben Osborne (Noise of Art)
The People Pile
Overlap and more...
The event combines nightclub, cinema, theatre and contemporary dance, accompanied by spoken word performance from stage and screen star Nathaniel Parker.
Parker's leading roles include starring in the TV series Inspector Lynley Mysteries and Merlin. He has just finished a West End run, appearing alongside Dame Helen Mirren in the Award winning stage play, The Audience and is currently rehearsing for Royal Shakespeare Company's forthcoming production of Wolf Hall.
Parker will be reading passages from David Pinner's The Ritual, the book that inspired the film, which have been specially selected for this show by the author.
Original Hacienda DJ and Bugged Out resident Justin Robertson will be playing alongside Noise of Art founder, DJ Ben Osborne, playing stripped bare technoclash club soundtrack to accompany Parker's spoken word performance. The show features Noise of Art's renown cinema-graphic visual projections, live electronic music and a specially created contemporary dance piece.
Price: 5/ 10 in advance
At Hotel Elephant Warehouse and Cinema,
40-42 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6DR
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