Date City Venue
23/06/17 London Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club (Continuum Festival)
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Bethnal Green.
02/04/17 London JW3
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 341-351 Finchley Road, NW3 6ET. The Sound of Mind. The Cabinet of Living Cinema return to JW3, using film and music to explore the world of dreams, altered states, erotic fantasy and neuroses. More information
Tour: Theatre of the Wandering West
16/03/17 London Arthouse Crouch End
Time: 8:30pm. Admission: TBC. Age restrictions: All Ages. Theatre of the Wandering West & the Kingdom of Paul Nash Double Bill! More information
Tour: The Kingdom of Paul Nash Tour 2016-2017
24/02/17 Bridport Lyric, Bridport
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. After a devastating flood, an artist finds refuge on an island of outcasts and visionaries. The Kingdom of Paul Nash is a “graphic novel ballad”, a fable, a celebration of love, chance, and surrealism. Live score and foley by the Cabinet of Living Cinema. Illustrations by James Edwards and animation by Tom Brown. Inspired by the paintings of Paul Nash. Touring England and Wales in 2016-2017. 70 years after Nash’s death in Boscombe, 1946, The Kingdom of Paul Nash brings together musicians from the Cabinet of Living Cinema with Dorset folk musicians to recreate his journey through graphic novel animation, sung ballads and “found object foley”. Touring England and Wales in 2016-2017.
10/02/17 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. Box office: 01202 413 600. After a devastating flood, an artist finds refuge on an island of outcasts and visionaries. Inspired by the paintings of Paul Nash, The Kingdom of Paul Nash is a “graphic novel ballad”, a fable, a celebration of love, chance, and surrealism. With a live score and foley by the Cabinet of Living Cinema and illustrations by James Edwards and animation by Tom Brown.
29/01/17 Purbeck Studland Village Hall
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: TBC. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Studland Village. Venue phone: 01305 269512.
28/01/17 London Stanleys Hall
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 12 South Norwood Hill. Venue phone: 0203 287 9901. Doors 7pm, start time 8pm.
10/12/16 London Castle Climbing Wall Gardens
Time: 7:00pm. Admission: TBC. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Manor House. Returning to our favourite North London venue, we are performing the Kingdom of Paul Nash as part of a series of events based Castle’s organic garden.
16/10/16 Swanage Durlston Castle
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Premiere of The Kingdom of Paul Nash: a graphic novel ballad of chance, love and surrealism in 1930s Dorset.
13/10/16 London Horniman Museum
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. A preview of our forthcoming show: The Kingdom of Paul Nash at Horniman Museum as part of their Late Magic Night. In the 1930s Paul Nash, still haunted by the hellish visions of the trenches, adrift of an artistic vision of his own, found life and love amidst Dorset’s coast and ancient ruins. Here he met and fell in love with fellow surrealist Eileen Agar and his version of English Surrealism took flight. 70 years after Nash’s death in Boscombe, 1946, The Kingdom of Paul Nash brings together musicians from the Cabinet of Living Cinema with Dorset folk musicians to recreate his journey through graphic novel animation, sung ballads and “found object foley”. Related post.
28/08/16 Northampton Compass Stage Shambala
Time: 5:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Triplet of Belleville Live Score
11/06/16 London Rose Theatre
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £8/5. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1HL Tickets: £8 / £5 students. Making Tracks // in partnership with FRAME Whirlygig Cinema’s Making Tracks is a groundbreaking event that re-imagines short films with live scores performed by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. By fusing moving image with live music and foley, Making Tracks offers a stimulating platform for emerging film talent and an opportunity to join filmmakers in hearing these new soundtracks for the first time. FRAME 2016 will see the return of this exciting collaboration, featuring a programme of innovative dance shorts with live scores (scroll down for film listing). Followed by the World Premiere of CONSEQUENCES… Consequences is a 30-minute film-based cabaret-style event, with a spirit of fun and hand-made creativity. Created by Kingston University Graphic Design and Dance students, with live music by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. Get ready for a playful historic dash from the dawn of film to now, presented as a mixture of film and live performance, highlighting chosen moments in British moving image media, popular culture and dance. 8pm Rose Theatre, 24 – 26 High Street, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1HL Tickets: £8 / £5 students ~~~ FRAME: The London Dance Film Festival will take place from 9-12 June 2016 offering an opportunity for creative talent in the arts, dance and film worlds to share experience, show work, learn from other artists and enjoy the best that dance and dance film offers. Find out more: framefilmfestival.com
Tour: Theatre of the Wandering West
17/03/16 - 18/03/16 Poole Poole Lighthouse
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. More information
11/03/16 London SOAS
Time: 7:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
Tour: Theatre of the Wandering West
13/02/16 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. More information
13/02/16 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 3:00pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. More information
Tour: The Kingdom of Paul Nash Tour 2016-2017
10/02/16 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £12. Age restrictions: All Ages. In the 1930s Paul Nash, still haunted by the hellish visions of the trenches, adrift of an artistic vision of his own, found life and love amidst Dorset’s coast and ancient ruins. Here he met and fell in love with fellow surrealist Eileen Agar and his version of English Surrealism took flight. 70 years after Nash’s death in Boscombe, 1946, The Kingdom of Paul Nash brings together musicians from the Cabinet of Living Cinema with Dorset folk musicians to recreate his journey through graphic novel animation, sung ballads and “found object foley”. Touring England and Wales in 2016-2017.
17/01/16 London JW3
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 341-351 Finchley Road, NW3 6ET. The Sound of Mind, 7.30pm, £8 The Cabinet of Living Cinema use film and mesmerising music to explore the world of dreams, altered states, erotic fantasy and neuroses. With short films by Maya Deren, Fritz Lang, Ridley Scott, Jan Švankmajer and others.
Tour: Theatre of the Wandering West
25/10/15 London JW3
Time: 8:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: 341-351 Finchley Road, NW3 6ET.
17/10/15 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Voyage of Living Cinema. In support of Migrant Voice.
Tour: Theatre of the Wandering West
03/10/15 Bridport Lyric, Bridport
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
02/10/15 Salisbury Salisbury Arts Centre
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
26/09/15 London Castle Climbing Wall Gardens
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: TBC. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Manor House. The Opening Night of our 2015-2016 Tour. In support of the Castle Gardens and Events.
30/08/15 undisclosed Shambala (Lost Picture Show)
Time: 3:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. 3pm Lost Picture Show tent
06/08/15 - 09/08/15 Oxfordshire Wilderness Festival
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
12/06/15 London Fazenda, Whitechapel
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Leyden Street. With Tim Jones and the Dark Lanterns
15/05/15 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £12.50 (advance)/£15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Theatre of the Wandering West An evening of living cinema and stand-up comedy raising funds for Terapia’s bothy (http://www.terapiacentre.co.uk). Five comedians present their unique and inimitable take on the stand-up form: Sarah Sheldon (finalist, Jewish Comedian of the Year 2014), Nalika de Silva, who follows her sell-out show at the Camden Fringe, Me, Bill Nighy and the Goblin, the ‘self-assured and smart’ Chicago native, Cynthia Levin, arch and acidic newcomer, Calen Harlley, and Philip Cowell, ‘a very bright spark, who likes a lark’ (John Hegley). Followed by the UK Premiere of Theatre of the Wandering West, a living graphic novel that blends beautiful animated illustrations with 1960s Russian animation, 1930s Yiddish cinema and live sound effects, songs and instrumental score.
04/05/15 Manor House, London In House Film Festival
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Manor House. The Preview of the Theatre of the Wandering West Tour
08/01/15 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: 12.50. Age restrictions: All Ages. Performing previews to Riverborn, Prague, Whitechapel and highlights from the Garden and Submarine of Living Cinema.
25/10/14 London Castle Climbing Wall Gardens
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Manor House. Live score to Harold Lloyd’s Safety Last! (1923) Daredevilry and slapstick at dizzying heights! In the Castle’s beautiful Gardens with pizza oven In conjunction with Film London and the Castle Gardens. All donations for the Castle Gardens Fund
25/10/14 London Castle Climbing Wall Gardens
Time: 6:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Manor House.
04/10/14 London The Cinema Museum (Slapstick Special Event)
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £7. Age restrictions: All Ages. More information
04/10/14 London The Cinema Museum (Slapstick Special Event)
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. A slapstick score from the 20s to be revealed very shortly! More information
27/09/14 Bournemouth River Bourne, Bournemouth Arts Festival By The Sea (Bandstand)
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. See River-Born
27/09/14 Bournemouth Bandstand, Bournemouth Pleasure Gardens
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. See River-born on website
12/09/14 London Triplets of Belleville (Pedal-powered Cinema, Nunhead Green)
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: Free. Age restrictions: All Ages. https://www.facebook.com/events/345565938933509/?ref=51&source=1
12/09/14 London Triplets of Belleville (Pedal-powered Cinema, Nunhead Green)
Time: 7:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages.
22/08/14 undisclosed Shambala (Lost Picture Show)
Time: 12:00am. Age restrictions: All Ages. with Lost Picture Show (programme TBC)
08/08/14 - 10/08/14 Oxfordshire Wilderness Festival
Time: 6:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. The Submarine of Living Cinema (Friday) The Garden of Living Cinema (Sunday)
17/07/14 - 20/07/14 Dorset/Wiltshire border Larmer Tree Festival
Time: 6:30pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. In conjunction with Salisbury Arts Centre.
15/05/14 London Horniman Museum
Time: 6:30pm. Admission: free. Age restrictions: All Ages. (6.30-9.30pm) The Submarine of Living Cinema, Gardens Pavilion
05/05/14 London Rich Mix to score Holy Mountain
Time: 8:00pm. Address: Bethnal Green Road.
21/03/14 Birmingham Flatpack Festival
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. The Sound of Mind by The Cabinet of Living Cinema The Cabinet of Living Cinema delve into cinema’s relationship with psycho-analysis, artificial intelligence and neuroscience. Building up live scores using an array of instruments and live Foley, the Cabinet explore three themes: Mind, Dreams and the Self. The programme includes excerpts from ground-breaking cinema by Fritz Lang and Maya Deren, contemporary award-winning animation as well as readings from Mary Shelley and Shakespeare, all exploring what it means to be human.
11/01/14 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10. Please visit whirlygigcinema.com for more details
20/12/13 London The Russet
Time: 7:30pm. The Kingdom of Paul Nash + live scores to beautiful animation
13/10/13 Bournemouth Bournemouth Natural Science Society
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £7. see Cabinet Voyages on this site
11/10/13 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10. www.whirlygigcinema.com for more details.
07/10/13 London Greenhorn Film Festival
Time: 7:30pm.
29/09/13 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 7:30pm. as part of Bournemouth Arts Festival: The Cabinet of Living Foley + workshop (daytime)
23/08/13 - 25/08/13 Location undisclosed Shambala
Time: 7:30pm. Performing at the Lost Picture Show tent on Friday night and Saturday daytime
17/08/13 Bournemouth On Stage at Pier Approach
Time: 7:30pm. Performance of Modern Times
27/07/13 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10/8. Making Tracks. Visit www.whirlygigcinema.com for more details.
21/07/13 Birmigham “Shock & Gore Festival” Electric Cinema
Time: 3:00pm. The Cabinet will be performing Santa Sangre at Electric Cinema’s Shock and Gore Festival.
14/06/13 London British Library, Propaganda: Power & Persuasion
Time: 7:30pm. As part of the British Library Propaganda: Power & Persuasion, the Cabinet will be scoring Eisenstein’s first feature film, Strike, in which he first experimented with his revolutionary cinematography. http://www.bl.uk/whatson/exhibitions/propaganda/index.html
16/05/13 London Horniman Museum
Time: 7:00pm. Performing The Garden of Living Cinema: http://www.thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk/special-events/ An exploration of the natural world, flora and fauna through a retrospective programme of animation and stop-frame.
12/04/13 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £8/10. Making Tracks: all details at www.whirlygigcinema.com
24/03/13 London UCL Festival of the Moving Image
Time: 7:00pm. UCL Festival of the Moving Image EXPLORING THE BOUNDARIES BETWEEN MAN, NATURE & TECHNOLOGY Sunday 24th March, Modern Times (live score with the Cabinet of Living Cinema) UCLU Film Society brings you a new instalment of our annual Festival of the Moving Image. This year we will be exploring the interrelationships between man, nature and technology, and how they influence each other within the universe of the projected screen, as well as in the process of filming itself.
17/03/13 - 18/03/13 London Little Angel Puppet Theatre
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £5. The Cabinet is performing a score to an adaptation of Gogol’s The Nose by puppet/commedia dell’arte company: The Carnival of Objects, with guitar, violin, dulcimer and live foley.
25/02/13 Borough, London Roxy Bar and Screen
Time: 7:00pm. Passenger Films: http://passengerfilms.wordpress.com/2013/02/11/monday-25th-february-from-the-sea-to-the-land-beyond-music-and-movement-through-landscape/
25/01/13 London Victoria & Albert Museum
Time: 7:30pm. The Cabinet present Things to Come, as part of the V and A Red Carpet Late Friday events. Utopian and dystopian visions of the future (and present) thrived amongst the political narratives and upheaval of the 20s and 30s, shaped by filmmakers as diverse as Fritz Lang and Charlie Chaplin. The Cabinet of Living Cinema explore these visions and the stunningly innovative costumes, set design and special effects that made them so remarkable within a 20-minute triptych of film excerpts, presented with live scores and live foley. British sci-fi, Things to Come (1936), featured alongside Lang’s Metropolis (1927) and Chaplin’s Modern Times (1936), presciently envisions a war-ravaged world saved by “airmen” who make the next giant leap into space using a manned “space gun” (Kieron Maguire, The Cabinet of Living Cinema).
12/01/13 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: 10. Making Tracks in conjunction with Whirlygig and London Short Film Festival 2013.
31/10/12 - 03/11/12 London Old Vic Tunnels
Time: 4:00pm. Admission: £31. Age restrictions: No Minors. A newly-commissioned score to Jodorowsky’s orgy of surreality- Santa Sangre, in the depths of the Old Vic Tunnels with headliners- Rodrigo y Gabriela and mezcal.
20/10/12 Bournemouth Shelley Manor
Time: 8:00pm. Frankenstein & Cyborg: a live sci-fi cinema / comicbook experience with steam-punk extravaganza, The Cabinet of Cyborg Cinema.
18/10/12 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: 8 pounds. Age restrictions: All Ages. Returning to rich mix for making tracks our beloved collaboration with whirlygigcinema. 12 very good shorts selected and scores being composed on guitar banjo percussion dulcimer and foley.
29/09/12 Bournemouth Bournemouth Pleasure Gardens
Time: 9:00pm. Admission: Free. The Submarine of Living Cinema The Bandstand, Lower Gardens Free entry Powerful cinematic scores and live special FX are the Cabinet of Living Cinema’s signature, earning them the reputation of being amongst the UK’s foremost live cinema artists. The Cabinet turn the bandstand into a giant underwater screen to perform a programme of specially-commissioned film scores: “The Submarine of Living Cinema” on an array of instruments and “found” objects.
16/09/12 London The Yard Theatre
Time: 7:30pm. A Voyage Through Animation celebrates historical innovation in animation, matching films by recent artists with seminal work from the last 90 years including Man Ray’s Dadaist experiments, Lotte Reiniger’s silhouette animation, Russian collage by Ivan Ivanov, master of stop-frame: Jan Svankmajer and first experiments in CGI. All films receive a live score by live cinema pioneers The Cabinet of Living Cinema, who will outline the innovations in animation that have shaped the artform. The performance will be bookended by a selection of animated short films and music videos programmed by Whirlygig Cinema in order to showcase emerging talent and the endless possibilities associated with this medium.
06/09/12 - 09/09/12 Isle of Wight Bestival
Time: 6:30pm. Address: the countryside…cows an that. Performing at Lost Picture Show
23/08/12 - 26/08/12 Location undisclosed Shambala
Time: 6:30pm. Performing at Lost Picture Show.
20/07/12 London Sugar house studios
Time: 7:00pm. http://sugarhousestudios.co.uk/the-colour-of-pomegranates-live-score-from-the-cabinet-of-living-cinema/
08/06/12 - 10/06/12 Sherwood Forest No Direction Home, Sherwood Forest
Time: 6:30pm. Performing with Lost Picture Show
30/05/12 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: 10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Making Tracks with Whirlygig Cinema (more details soon)
13/05/12 London Strike/Mirage Double Bill @ Ritzy, Brixton
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Brixton. The Cabinet of Living Cinema will perform a live score to Sergei Eisenstein’s seminal work, “Strike” with SRĐAN KEČA’s award-winning film, Mirage (2011). Few words can prepare the uninitiated for Eisenstein’s cinema. Scenes of exhilarating editing, cinematic innovation and surreal vaudeville depict the epic struggle between proletariat and capitalist. Mirage, a calmer, but equally powerful take on inequality, depicts Dubai’s migrant workers poignantly juxtaposed with the swimming pools and golf of the wealthier inhabitants. The Cabinet’s live score, performed using strings, guitar, hammer dulcimer, trombone, percussion and an array of foley sound effects, will Russian and Soviet folk and classical music alongside the Cabinet’s contemporary take on silent film scoring. Performing as the Cabinet are Jack Maguire (lead violinist of Southern Pro Musica), Kieron Maguire (guitar, viola, banjo), Camilo Tirado (percussion), Robert Parkinson (dulcimer) and welcoming live film scorer Robin Harris (trombone, brass) to his Cabinet debut.
05/02/12 London Student Film Festival, London
Time: 7:30pm.
14/01/12 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £8. Age restrictions: All Ages. www.whirlygigcinema.com for all details
21/12/11 - 23/12/11 London Secret Cinema
Time: 6:00pm. Address: Undisclosed. The Cabinet perform a troubadour set for Secret Cinema featuring music inspired by the film…
Tour: The Garden of Living Cinema 2011
23/09/11 Bournemouth Russell-Cotes Museum
Part I – A promenade through the museum with music inspired by Russell-Cotes’ magnificent collection. Part II – The Garden of Living Cinema. Limited capacity http://www.artsbournemouth.org.uk/whats-on/2011/09/the-cabinet-of-living-cinema/8
10/09/11 Bournemouth Bournemouth Natural Science Society
Age restrictions: All Ages. Sound Journeys of Dorset: an audio-visual exploration of Dorset through 3 sound journeys with crafted audio and live music: 1) Stone 2) Hedgerow 3) Sea Sound Journeys of Dorset This piece, set in the Bournemouth Natural Science Society building and garden, explores pockets, corners and crevices of Dorset where wild-ness exists amidst high-density dwelling and intensive agriculture. The piece uses crafted audio (poetry, personal testimony, wildlife) and live music to explore, examine and celebrate a number of Dorset’s habitats that act as refuges for wildlife and people alike. http://www.artsbournemouth.org.uk/whats-on/2011/09/the-cabinet-of-living-cinema/6
25/08/11 - 28/08/11 Location undisclosed Shambala
See Cabinet Festival Tour: Summer 2011 for more details
05/08/11 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Making Tracks IV. www.whirlygigcinema.com
Tour: The Garden of Living Cinema 2011
15/07/11 Suffolk countryside Latitude
See Cabinet Festival Tour 2011 for more details
03/06/11 Cheltenham Wychwood
Time: 9:00pm. see Cabinet Summer Tour 2011 for more details.
20/05/11 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £6/8. Age restrictions: No Minors. Whirlygig III
09/03/11 - 13/03/11 London Old Vic Tunnels
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: SOLD OUT. Supporting Edward Sharpe with a live score of El Topo (Part I), a surrealist western.
15/01/11 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £8. See www.whirlygigcinema.com for all details.
14/01/11 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £5/7. Returning to Rich Mix as part of the London Short Film Festival, Whirlygig Cinema and The Cabinet of Living Cinema, continue their collaboration in combining short films with live music. Witness an exciting programme of new filmmaking talent alongside brand new live scores, performed by The Cabinet of Living Cinema who will bring a magical dimension to these exceptional short films. Experience this along with the filmmakers who will be hearing these scores for the first time. Whirlygig Cinema is an ongoing project working to expose the talents of lesser known and up-and-coming artists and filmmakers through its diverse short film programmes. The Cabinet of Living Cinema is a meeting of artists dedicated to creating ‘living cinema’ experiences through music, video art, storytelling, puppetry and dance.
09/12/10 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £5/7. Age restrictions: No Minors. The Cabinet of Living Cinema in conjunction with Whirlygig Cinema present a series of live scores to new work by up-and-coming animators and filmmakers.
23/10/10 - 24/10/10 Edinburgh Hidden Door Festival
Time: 3:45pm. Address: Roxy Arthouse. Performance of Russian animation, Armenian and Czech surrealism and British Transport Films with Kieron Maguire, Robert Parkinson and special guest percussionist Shane Connolly
26/09/10 Borough, London Roxy Bar and Screen
Time: 7:00pm. The Colour of Pomegranates by Sergie Paradjanov, scored live by Kieron Maguire and The Cabinet of Living Cinema.
07/08/10 - 08/08/10 Gloucestershire Big Chill
Time: 12:30am. Age restrictions: All Ages. At the Lost Picture Show Tent. Special Witching Hour performance. http://www.lostpictureshow.org/LPS2010.pdf
18/07/10 - 19/07/10 Dorset/Wiltshire border Larmer Tree Festival
Time: 11:00am. Larmer Tree Club: 11am, Saturday 17th July The Social: Evening event (times TBC)
Tour: The Cabinet Tour 2010 (in Partnership with Future Shorts)
18/07/10 Portsmouth Craken Wakes
Time: 7:00pm. Please note this is an amended date from 4th July
02/07/10 - 03/07/10 Glasgow Arches Theatre
Time: 8:45pm. Kieron Maguire & The Cabinet of Living Cinema present Cinema of Diaspora Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd July 8.45pm (1hr 20mins) A live cinema and crafted audio work exploring themes of flight, migration, and the fluid nature of identity in a world of fluid borders. Semi-improvised live scores are performed to 20th century animation and surrealism by migrant artists as well as work by contemporary filmmakers. A crafted audio piece blends interviews with migrant workers and the sounds of the European cities where they live with live sound effects and live music. Dreamy, haunting sounds. Kieron Maguires music catapults cinema into another
Tour: The Cabinet Tour 2010 (in Partnership with Future Shorts)
20/06/10 Bristol Start The Bus
Time: 7:00pm.
15/06/10 London The Jewish Museum
Time: 7:00pm. Cinema of Diaspora A live cinema experience exploring dreams and identity through the films and music of migrants and émigrés. Featuring Cabinet Scorers and European folk music.
Tour: The Cabinet Tour 2010 (in Partnership with Future Shorts)
13/06/10 Nottingham Spanky Van Dykes
Time: 7:00pm.
06/06/10 Liverpool Shipping Forecast
Time: 7:00pm.
04/06/10 Bournemouth 60 Million Postcards
Time: 7:00pm. Please note this is an amended date from 27th June.
30/05/10 Sheffield Bungalows & Bears
Time: 7:00pm.
23/05/10 Leeds Nation of Shopkeepers
Time: 7:00pm.
21/05/10 London Rich Mix
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £8/6. Rich Mix (Friday, May 21st, 7.30pm): As part of Stag and Dagger’s multi-venue festival. The Paper Cinema: Lost World. The Cabinet of Living Cinema: Scored Films from Future Shorts & London Short Film Festival www.staganddagger.com £8/6 The Cabinet Scorers are Kieron Maguire (kora/ guitar/viola), Francesca Ter-Berg (cello), Olivia Preye (voice/banjo), Robert Parkinson (dulcimer) and Kid Amy (banjo/guitar). Featuring a century of surrealist and avant-garde films and music from around the world.
14/05/10 London Passing Clouds
Time: 7:30pm.
19/04/10 Boscombe St.Clements Church
Time: 8:00pm. Admission: £4/5. Jack Maguire. Kieron Maguire, Mike Jurado, Kid A and Robert Parkinson at beautiful St.Clement’s.
10/04/10 London Shunt Vaults
Time: 12:00am.
02/04/10 London BAC
Forest Fringe Micro-Festival, BAC The Cabinet Scorers special acoustic set in the BAC Hall as part of Forest Fringe’s weekend of theatrical delights.

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