Full price £15, students £8 and u 12s free.
Reserved seating for advanced ticket sales
If you came to the concert by the trio of trombonists, Pandora’s Box, last year you will remember Emily White playing the the bicycle frame, converted to be blown, plucked and used as a percussion instrument, ably supported by Miguel Tantos while John Kenny read a poem called Rust.
John returns this year with his one man show, called The Mouthpiece of the Gods,which he describes as a lecture recital disguised as dramatic storytelling; an exploration of the long history of lip reed instruments featuring shells, animal horns, bronze horns, zoomorphism, cultural diasporas, and eventual reassimilation. There will be many examples of blown instruments of all shapes and sizes, designed to sound down the ages for a wide range of purposes…