We had a brilliant Digital Tilted East weekend streamed via our new NAC Home Service Broadcast. Thanks to all those that tuned in live to watch and for all the artists and storytellers that took part.
If you missed the live broadcast, don’t worry you can still watch them here and subscribe to our channel for future broadcasts>>>
TILTED EAST, our seasonal festival of performance returns digitally via our new streaming Home Service channel. Showcasing work from some of Norwich’s best performers.
Polly presents a solo performance of her own songs stripped back to their raw form for voice and piano, exploring melancholy, love, loss and the ghosts of nostalgia. The songs are a journey through dilapidated seaside hotel rooms and the East Anglian winter landscapes using poetic language, with influences from Nick Cave to Franz Schubert.
Bill Vine and Liam Roberts Geo:Flux
New audio/visual work from Flux:Intermedia’s Bill Vine and Liam Roberts. The sound is presented binaurally and is best listened to on headphones for a 3D audio experience made up of raw and manipulated field recordings from different sites around Norfolk, whilst the visuals explore live video synthesis and experiments with real-time glitches that respond and take cues from the live audio.
True Stories Live – Hope Springs Eternal
True Stories Live is a lively, moving and unpredictable event where people tell true stories about their lives in front of a warm, supportive audience. In these uncertain times we believe more than ever in the power of community and empathy to galvanise and inspire. Featuring stories from Enid Ashby-Otun, Nick Jackson, Molly Potter and Pasco-Q Kevlin