Zoom (world premiere performance) - Caravan - Soft Machine - The Quartet Featuring Syd Arthur

To celebrate the radical ethos of this iconic theatre the key progressive bands of the Canterbury Sound join with curator John Harle in a fiftieth birthday celebration of music.

Jack Hes and The Quartet featuring Syd Arthur play tracks from their new album and the classic bands of the progressive movement, Caravan and Soft Machine perform sets during the evening.  The concert features the premiere of ZOOM, written by John Harle and poet Simon Armitage, performed by Soft machine with vocalist Nicole Tobbels and video by Richard Scott.


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The Canterbury Sound: A 50th Birthday Celebration

22 Jun 2019

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