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Mark Ayres and Roger Limb from The Radiophonic Workshop - an afternoon of Stories and Music

Blue Orange Theatre, West Midlands

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Date
Sun, 1st Oct 17
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1:30 pm
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5:00 pm - Sun, 1st Oct 17
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18 and over
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PART OF THE SEVENTH WAVE FESTIVAL OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC:NUMBER 4

The Seventh Wave presents  

Mark Ayres and Roger Limb from The Radiophonic Workshop - an afternoon of Stories and Music

Press quotes on The Radiophonic Workshop:

The electronic Buena Vista Social Club - The Observer 

The British Kraftwerk. Total genius - NME

They were doing a whole new thing and it opened our eyes to what was possible - Paul McCartney

Sexagenarian space-rockers, somewhere between Hawkwind and Pink Floyd, but with a loud, very modern electronic punch - The Telegraph

…… more than 15 years after the Workshop was decommissioned, original members Peter Howell, Roger Limb, Dr Dick Mills, Paddy Kingsland and Mark Ayres reformed the workshop and are making new music that once again challenges the senses and pushes at the margins of technology. 

Drawing on the principles of musique concréte, found sounds, early electronics, oscillators, handmade equipment, synths and crude tape loops the Workshop created the other-worldly soundtrack to some of BBC television and radio's most iconic programs: The Body in Question, Horizon, Quatermass, Newsround, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Chronicle and Delia Derbyshire's iconic Doctor Who Theme - still the high-water mark for electronic music nearly 50 years after it was recorded.

NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE IS 100

Sunday 01 October 2017 Doors 1.30 pm

Curfew 5.00 pm

Blue Orange Theatre 118 Great Hampton Street Birmingham B18 6AD

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