Date City Venue
Tour: Man with a Movie Camera 90th Anniversary Tour
10/05/19 Bournemouth Shelley Theatre
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe Festival presents A Double Bill: Man with a Movie Camera & Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks with live scores by The Cabinet of Living Cinema Celebrating its 90 year anniversary, Dziga Vertov’s astonishing silent movie will be screened with an exceptional and powerful new score by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. Created in 1929, the film documents city life in Russia told through a dazzling mix of imagery and experimental filmmaking techniques. From dawn to dusk, Vertov takes the viewer on a tour of Moscow, Odessa and Kiev, showing the hussle and bussle of these historic cities through the eyes of the camera. The Cabinet will end this unique evening with a performance of Mary Shelley’s Future Shocks which brings together cinematic archive with Mary Shelley and Yuval Harari’s words to explore the future of humanity “upgraded” by artificial intelligence. Buy Tickets More information
20/05/19 Belfast Performing the Past Symposium (QUB)
Time: 12:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: QUB. Our premiere of Grey Owl on the Western Front about the life of combatant Archie Belaney, Hastings-born fur trapper turned conservationist, made in partnership with Hastings Museum and Art Gallery, Gateways to the First World War and volunteer group from East Sussex College, Hastings. More information
Tour: Man with a Movie Camera 90th Anniversary Tour
06/09/19 London LSO St. Luke’s
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Following the sell-out performances of Nosferatu (2017) and Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (2018), the Cabinet return to LSO St Luke’s with the pioneering work of documentary brilliance, Man with a Movie Camera, rated 5 stars by Guardian and Observer, and one of the best documentaries ever made. The Cabinet follow some of the original score notes written by cinematic adventurer Dziga Vertov to create a score of weaving rhythms, soaring melodies and intricate melodies and textures on harp, clarinet, viola and voice, celebrating the 90th anniversary of his experimental masterpiece and transporting the audience back to the dynamism of daily life in the Soviet Union’s cosmopolitan cities. Buy Tickets More information
06/09/19 9 South St, Bridport DT6 3NR Bridport Arts Centre
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: Bridport. Following the sell-out performances of Nosferatu (2017) and Cabinet of Doctor Caligari (2018), the Cabinet take their LSO St Luke’s performance of Man with a Movie Camera on the road to Cabinet performer Kieron Chissik’s home county of Dorset with the pioneering work of documentary brilliance, Man with a Movie Camera, rated 5 stars by Guardian and Observer, and one of the best documentaries ever made. The Cabinet follow some of the original score notes written by cinematic adventurer Dziga Vertov to create a dazzling whirlwind of a score with weaving rhythms, soaring melodies and intricate melodies and textures on harp, clarinet, viola and voice to celebrate the 90th anniversary of his 1929 experimental masterpiece, transporting the audience back to the dynamism of daily life in the Soviet Union’s cosmopolitan cities. Buy Tickets

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