The Kingdom of Paul Nash

27 Oct 2018, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: St Bartholomew’s Church

Tickets £5 (£4 for Hyde900 members Under 16s Free); please book in advance


A highly original mixed live music performance and projected animation based on the life of Paul Nash, the famous World War One war artist, presented by The Cabinet of Living Cinema, the acclaimed London-based arts collective. This is a unique opportunity to see a very lively and inventive take on the aftermath of war for one of the greatest of England’s 20th century artists. It complements the post-WW1 art exhibition Aftermath at the Tate Britain Gallery, London.
For more see http://thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk/the-kingdom-of-paul-nash

followed by

Remembering King Alfred
Following a short interlude of Chant by Vox Humana/Gregoriana the annual candle-lit procession to King Alfred’s Grave will take place to mark the 1119th anniversary of his death, concluding with a short reading from Ealdorman Aethelweard’s testimony on ‘Alfred’s Greatness’ written in the 10th Century.

King Alfred Weekend Programme

 


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