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Radiohead Uncovered – How to Disappear Completely

Sat 5 Oct

Presented by Laycock Street Community Theatre, produced by Eklektika.

The haunting music of Radiohead reimagined in 24 original choral and instrumental arrangements, 13 specially created short films by local and international filmmakers, the 12 sublime voices of Eklektika, and live camera and computer-generated graphics projected onto an enormous screen. An immersive and profoundly moving musical and visual experience. 

The haunting music of Radiohead reimagined in 24 original choral and instrumental arrangements, 13 short films made specially for this unique production by local and international film makers, the 12 sublime voices of Eklektika, and stunning computer-generated graphics and live camera projections onto an enormous screen.

An immersive musical and visual experience featuring acclaimed vocal ensemble, Eklektika, original arrangements of 24 songs spanning every Radiohead album by award winning Australian film and theatre composer, Dr Judy Stubbs, accompanied by cello, piano and Middle Eastern percussion. 

An enormous screen constructed onsite will show short films, and live projections of performers from three cameras, and the wizardry of computer-generated visuals to complement the music throughout the 90 minutes of the show. 

Bringing together the diverse elements of Radiohead Uncovered has been a long time in the making, and a labour of love for the many talented singers, musicians, filmmakers, artists, theatre designers, technicians and computer nerds who share a common love Radiohead. A truly unique and moving film and musical experience.

Event Details

VENUE
Laycock Street Community Theatre
Start Date: Sat 5 October , 2024
Time: 7.30pm
TICKETS
All Tickets $35

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