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Skimmity

Skimmity is a processional delirium of wild music, mobile towers & sound sculptures, pyrotechnics and performers. Drawing on traditions of noise in ritual and celebration, free jazz, street music and sound art, Skimmity brings a right riotous racket to your streets.

Strange noises fill the air: the skronk of the saxophone, the thunderous funk of percussion, the parping of horns, hooting of sirens, clanging of bells and wafting columns of coloured smoke announce the arrival of Skimmity…”

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Welcome to the Isle of Noise: Tim Hill’s ongoing investigations into the history of noise, celebration, protest and outdoor music making.


Mad Max steampunk Wombles

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Three gigs down and here’s some reviews and views of the show so far.

http://norwichblog.com/2013/05/20/nnf13-street-theatre-fragile-millennium-plain-bone-yard-tales-festival-gardens-18-may-2013/

http://www.thebestof.co.uk/national/uk/community-hub/blog/view/norfolk–norwich-festival-2013—bone-yard-tales

http://brightonfestival.org/event/375/bone_yard_tales/

We’re absolutely delighted with ourselves to be described as “like modern, Mad Max steampunk Wombles” and as “totally Bonkers and very British”.