There will be all sorts of goings on from film screenings to live music and storytelling. Join In The Dark for two curated listening sessions:
Saturday 7th December, 8.00pm:
“I Was Happy, No Pain or Nothing” – fairy-tales for the modern world
Sunday 15th December, 8.00pm:
“Out of The Dark” – a second outing for our recent sci-fi themed session!
When: 7th and 15th December, 8.00pm
Where: The Living Room, St Clements Hospital, 2A Bow Rd, London E3 4LL
Tickets: Click here >>
When: 28th November, 7.30pm
1 Richmond Road
Off Kingsland Road, behind the Haggerston Pub
From archive recordings and oral histories to contemporary podcasts, sonic arts and mobile apps, come along to close your eyes and open your ears to an alternative “view” of King’s Cross.
You will be guided through this wide array of sonic delights by In The Dark’s Director, Nina Garthwaite, in conversation with oral historian and broadcaster, Alan Dein, and digital sound artist, Francesca Panetta.
Where: The Viewing Platform, Goods Way, off Granary Square, Kings Cross
When: 16th October @ 7.30pm
Tickets: Sold Out!
In the Dark is going west for a very special night of stories told through sound.
For our first ever Bristol event we’re taking up residence in the candlelit crypt of St John the Baptist’s church for a night of audio adventures taking us beyond the grave.
Space is limited to 40 souls so we advise booking in advance to secure your place.
Please feel free to BYO drinks as there is no bar in the crypt.
When: Thursday 24th October, 7.30pm
Where: PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE CHANGED VENUE DUE TO NOISY DEMOLITION WORK OPPOSITE THE CRYPT
You will now find us at: The Study, Upstairs at The Big Chill Bar, 15 Small St, Bristol, BS1 1DE
TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT!!
Please contact us to request to be put on the standby list for any ticket returns.
Please note the venue for this event has changed to The Craft Village.
This month we are travelling to Derry as part of Resonance FM’s residency for the 2013 City of Culture activities. We’ll be bringing our cinema of sound to The Craft Village. Audiences will be guided through a treasure trove of aural delights by In The Dark’s Director Nina Garthwaite, in conversation with award winning Belfast-based producers Conor Garrett and Rachel Hooper.
Conor Garrett has been working in radio for 13 years. He’s produced a wide variety of live and built programmes for BBC Radio Ulster. As producer on Radio 4‘s The Listening Project, Conor has been instrumental in bringing Northern Ireland voices, stories and conversations to a UK wide audience since this landmark initiative was launched in 2011. His achievements in this role have also just been recognised at the Phonographic Performance Ireland (PPI) Radio Awards, where The Listening Project won Gold in the Short Feature category.
Rachel Hooper has been producing radio for over 15 years. She worked in current affairs and documentaries at the BBC and left in 2010 to work with Falling Tree productions. She’s based in Belfast.
Steve Urquhart has been producing radio for around twenty years. He creates short-form and long-form features for BBC Radio 4 (where he’s also a continuity announcer) and BBC Radio 3. He’s won several awards for his pioneering work with National Prison Radio in the UK, and he teaches radio production skills. He is also one of the latest batch of Sound Bank Grant winners!
The event is free and there will be all sorts of other weird and wonderful goings on around the building – not to be missed!!
When: 1st November, 7.00pm – 11.00pm
Where: Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Rd, Castlefield, Manchester M3 4FP
Tickets: Free Register >>
It will be a great night for anyone interested in radio and storytelling to hear some great audio and meet some fellow lovers of radio.
This is the first of a series of events in Manchester!
When: 27 August, 7.30pm
Where: Castle Pub, Oldham St, Manchester