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Performances

“        ” [sic] Tim Goldie

Friday 12

  • 20:05-20:20
  • 21:20-21:35
  • 22:35-22:50

Tramway 1 under Balcony

Entry to Film by Day or Festival Pass

Who:

UK drummer and scathing noise artist, unafraid of fairly perilous behaviour.

What:

Three intense solo performances for drums (both played and screamed through), cymbal, voice, credit card, bird whistle, and guitar amplifier/leads.

Why:

A kind of mutant cross-pollination of noise, live art, dada and UK improvisation. Unsettling and confusing. But not in the ways you might expect. In their extreme noise and ominous silence, in their mordantly sad, caustic and bizarre, maybe even pathetic actions, it’s just difficult to tell whether or not his performances are a skilled and trenchant, but dreadful parody of your own pointless aspirations for self-expression – this uneasiness, this being unsure what’s going on, is, in the end, the point.

Photos

Audio

Abjector 1

Abjector 2

BUY TICKETS:

Day Pass = £10
Festival Pass = £25
Early Bird Festival Pass = £20

— Limited number available until Friday 15 October


Call Tramway Box Office on
+44(0)0845 330 3501
Or book online here

ACCOMMODATION OFFER:

On any of the nights 12, 13, 14 Nov 2010:
1 x bed in a 14 person dorm room = £11
1 x bed in an 8 person dorm room = £13
1 x bed in a 4 person dorm room = £15

To book call Euro Hostel on
+44 (0)141 222 2828 and quote the promo code “Instal 2010”. Continental breakfast is included and all dorms are single sex.

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