London Event
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26th January 2016
Iain Chambers
The Bell

January 13, 2016 / 0 comments

We are so happy to be kicking off 2016 with composer and producer, Iain Chambers. Iain has a unique history working in sound and radio, having produced specialist music programmes for BBC Radio 3 for 10 years,  co-founded music concrète collective Langham Research Centre and formed the forward-thinking arts and media co-operative Open Audio. Most recently…

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The Dark Room
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RI+Margate Residency

December 11, 2015 / 0 comments

Back in October the In The Dark London gang were invited to take part in a week long residency in Margate for the PRAH Foundation. They did lots of listening, recording and improvised musical audio drama (really). Some things worked, some didn’t, some will definitely work at some point in the future (when we get…

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News
Whicker’s World
Audio Award
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2016

November 27, 2015 / 0 comments

The In The Dark Audio Award is taking a sabbatical year, but never fear! We’ve  teamed up with The Whickers World Foundation who have created a new audio award, to be presented at Sheffield Doc/Fest, dedicated to reward outstanding radio documentaries and podcasts. The award winners will still reflect the In The Dark sensibilities, but with a…

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London Event
9th November 2015
Resonance FM and the Resonance Radio Orchestra
The Social

October 15, 2015 / 0 comments

Resonance FM, London’s groundbreaking art radio station returns to In The Dark. Join us at The Social for a hand picked selection of experimental rarities from an archive covering more than thirteen years of highly original broadcasting. In a first for In The Dark, Resonance Radio Orchestra will join us for a live radio art performance written and composed…

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London Event
8th Oct – 3rd December 2015
Inner Voices…Inner Worlds
British Library

October 1, 2015 / 0 comments

We’re back at the British Library and for this season we’ve been thinking about people’s imaginations, their dreamscapes, their inner voices and inner worlds. Paul Wilson (Curator of Radio at British Library), Hugh Chignell (Professor of Media History at Bournemouth University) and Dr Amanda Wrigley (Research Fellow at University of Westminster) have delved into the archives…

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Manchester Event
28th October 2015
Cravings
MOSI

September 30, 2015 / 0 comments

In the Dark Radio returns to the Manchester Science Festival, with a sonic exploration of food, cravings, and appetite. In a specially-commissioned work by the award-winning sound designer, Eloise Whitmore, In the Dark brings you gastronomic sounds & culinary noises. Join us for an audio adventure through our mysterious desires. From the science of food…

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London Event
22nd – 24th October
The Stone Tape
St Andrew Church Crypt

September 25, 2015 / 0 comments

In October we’re teaming up with Radio 4 Drama for a unique experiment, merging traditional broadcast, communal listening and theatrical installation. We will be holding a series of gathered listenings of the radio remake of cult classic TV ghost story by Nigel Kneale: The Stone Tape. This will be an immersive experience, with the piece…

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Bristol Event
Tues 27th October
Ring
Arnos Vale Cemetery

September 25, 2015 / 0 comments

In October we’re teaming up with Radio 4 Drama for a unique experiment, merging traditional broadcast with communal listening in a fantastically atmospheric setting. We will be holding a gathered listening of Ring – a radio adaptation of the classic Japanese horror novel by Koji Suzuki, which inspired the infamous film. This will be an…

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London Event
4th – 27th September 2015
A Mile In My Shoes
Totally Thames

September 10, 2015 / 0 comments

Part shoe-shop, part audio-portrait, A Mile in My Shoes is a portrait of the people and live and work on the banks of the Thames, created by The Empathy Museum, in association with In The Dark. A Mile in My Shoes is an audio portrait of a square mile in Wandsworth featuring local residents and…

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