Free stuff to do – Supersonic Festival 2018

We have a bunch of amazing and entertaining stuff for you to do before we open the doors at Supersonic Festival 2018 and best of all they are all free.

FRIDAY
MOOG SOUNDLAB PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME
THE ROYAL BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATOIRE
200 JENNENS RD / BIRMINGHAM B4 7XR / FREE ENTRY
1400 – 1500 MOOR MOTHER IN CONVERSATION
1530 – 1630 SIMON HALL VOYAGE FOOG PHAT MOOG SURROUND SOUND DIFFUSION SEAN CLANCY
1630 – 1730 JAMES DOOLEY AND TOM TEBBY JAMES DOOLEY OPEN INSTALLATION
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TALKS : IF WET SALON
18.30 – 20.30 / FREE ENTRY
CENTRALA / UNIT 4 MINERVA WORKS / 158 FAZELEY ST | B5 5RT
Musical instrument maker Sam Underwood will host a special event that will provide a peek behind the scenes of a number of projects appearing as part of this year’s festival. Find out what drove Sam and Graham Dunning to collaborate on this work. Other artists include Brian Duffy AKA Modified Toy Orchestra, Farmer Glitch, Kathy Hinde and Mark Korven. In addition Centrala have a great selection of beverages to get your Supersonic weekend started.
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PERFORMANCE
FERRIC LUX PRESENTS A LINE BETWEEN THE HEAVENS & THE SOIL
VIVID PROJECTS / 16 MINERVA WORKS / 158 FAZELEY ST / B5 5RS

FRIDAY 22 JUNE / 20.00 / FREE
Exponent of blackened techno and ritual Ferric Lux returns to unleash an unholy mix of ambient noise, esoteric techno and black metal, scored over distorted, flickering images received from another plane. An event not for the faint hearted.
Approximate duration 40 minutes.


SATURDAY

VISCERISTAHOOD
VIVID PROJECTS / 16 MINERVA WORKS / 158 FAZELEY ST / B5 5RS
SATURDAY 23 JUNE / 15.00 – 17.00 / FREE
Performances and interventions from the Visceristahood will occur during the closing hours of HER HORROR … don’t be scared, now.

MOOG SOUNDLAB PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME
THE ROYAL BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATOIRE
200 JENNENS RD |BIRMINGHAM B4 7XR | FREE ENTRY
1400 – 1530  JAMES DOOLEY AND TOM TEBBY
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SUNDAY

PERFORMANCE MELODY OF NOSTALGIA
14.00 / FREE
CENTRALA / UNIT 4 MINERVA WORKS / 158 FAZELEY ST | B5 5RT
Polish artist, Anna Jochymek is bringing a male choir to Centrala to perform her immersive sound artwork Melody of Nostalgia; vocally interpreting digital recordings of Eastern European Migrant Women’s singing their nostalgia songs.

MOOG SOUNDLAB PERFORMANCE PROGRAMME
THE ROYAL BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATOIRE
200 JENNENS RD |BIRMINGHAM B4 7XR | FREE ENTRY
12.30 – 1500 JAMES DOOLEY OPEN INSTALLATION

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