Today’s the day! If you fancy escaping the monotony of lockdown restrictions with some creative action, then head over to Threshold’s site over the next couple of days for music, art and performances! It may be distanced but the festival vibe is still very much alive… Catch you there!
Sadly with Covid restrictions still in place, Threshold X (the tenth and final instalment of Threshold Festival) will be another socially distanced / online event. This means the organisers have had to think of an alternative way to share the visual art and performances that had been planned.
I am delighted to reveal that you can tune in, enjoy festival happenings online and explore the rather fancy virtual art gallery from the 9th April until 10th of April by clicking the link provided here!
Threshold Festival has gone virtual for the weekend!
In light of having to postpone the live event until further notice, they will be hosting an e-festival instead which can be viewed on their site. To see the online display of all involved artist’s works, click here. You can see the dedicated gallery to my piece here too. Fingers crossed that it won’t be too long before we can show in real life again.
Unfortunately due to lockdown restrictions, the final Threshold Festival has had to be postponed until further notice (the main driving factor being social responsibility and a concern for the health and safety of the wider community). The organisers have confirmed that any tickets purchased will be valid for the rescheduled event. Please stay tuned to their site for further information here.
It is that time of year again and I am thrilled to share I will be participating in the final edition of Threshold. The event is the tenth hosted by this deeply passionate artist team and looks to be an incredibly exciting one given the line up! Stay tuned to find out more in the coming weeks…
Had a wonderful time performing at Best Before with Reid Anderson as part of Operation Lightfoot‘s launch event Infinity Squared (produced by Emilio Pinchi and directed by Luke Moore). Unfortunately the venue would not allow much coverage so I only have one image of the performance courtesy of Jazamin Sinclair.
Only about a month to go before my second time at Threshold Festival… this time I will be performing with Reid Anderson as part of Operation Lightfoot‘s launch event Infinity Squared (produced by Emilio Pinchi and directed by Luke Moore).
This year Threshold is part of the BBC Radio 6music Festival fringe. The opening performance will begin at 6.30pm at brand new venue Best Before in the Baltic Triangle. As well as my response to the theme of infinity, you can view performances from Dorothy Bird, Sara Wolff, Niki Kand, Emilio Pinchi, Kaya from Silence of the Lamps, theatrical performances from Deborah Elizabeth, dance from Aline Costa and video art from Jazamin Sinclair.
A little bit of news… I have been invited to share my work at Threshold Festival 2018. The event is due to take place in the Baltic Triangle, Liverpool from 13th-14th April. Tickets for the music and arts festival are available from Threshold’s site for either day or the weekend. More details coming soon!
A few photos of the event taking place on 13th January at Leaf in Liverpool, featuring a collaboration between Dorothy Bird, Operation Lightfoot (Luke Moore, Alice Kirwan, Emily McDaid, Luke Hodgkinson and Deborah Elizabeth), Jazamin Sinclair and myself.
Looking forward to the Liverpool Acoustic event tonight at Leaf, Liverpool! Featuring a collaboration with Jazamin Sinclair and Operation Lightfoot. If you fancied popping over to see what we’ve been working on, doors open at 7.30pm on Saturday 13th January.