Lights down, curtain up. There will be art. On a stage. It might be cut-price clown, sale-bin sound art, spoken word at a steal, five-finger discount film, or BOGOF bargain burlesque for the burnt budget. The hosts will be silly. There will be applause. No frills. Who can afford frills? Just vaudeville, basics. This is Everyday Essentials Value Anatomy Basics Range, for when the purse is empty and the heart is full.
ANATOMY is a quarterly live art cabaret based featuring astonishing work in dance, sound, costume, movement, spoken word, film and more from across the UK.
Features full BSL interpretation.
ANATOMY is a regular performance cabaret producer based in Edinburgh. We bring many different sorts of artforms and many different sorts of artists together for events to surprise, shock and delight.
Line-up announcements at www.anatomyarts.co.uk
To celebrate the launch of National Museum of Scotland’s new exhibition, ‘Rip It Up’ – an exploration through the history of Scottish pop music – Nothing Ever Happens Here presents a night of Scottish music featuring Idlewild, PAWS & Man of Moon.
NEHH are happy to present a full day of world-class music to celebrate the opening of NMS’ flagship exhibition “Rip it Up”, a celebration of Scottish Rock and Pop from the 1950’s to present day. Including: Stanley Odd, Emma Pollock, Withered Hand, Modern Studies, Babe, be Charlotte & very special guests. Part of Southern Exposure.
Michael Hurley grew up in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. As a teenager in the 1950s he fell in love hearing the music of Fats Domino, The Everly Brothers and Bo Diddley blast from the radio, and was enthralled by the records of Blind Willie McTell, Hank Williams and Uncle Dave Macon that he sought for his own.