Revolutionary Ballads with Frankie Armstrong and The Chalk Circle Collective
There’s a cracking gig coming up this Sunday 25th October when The Chalk Circle Collective bring their Revolutionary Ballads to the Lantern Theatre. Joining them will be internationally-renowned radical folk singer Frankie Armstrong (last seen in Liverpool in 2013 for Celebrating Subversion) who’ll be accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Mikey Price for the duo’s unique interpretation of the songs of Bertolt Brecht.
Check out the publicity information below.
Combining spine-tingling close harmony a capella songs with a foot-stomping, timber-shivering bow ‘n’ bellows band, REVOLUTIONARY BALLADS, composed by KIRSTY MARTIN, is a musical reimagining of THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE, Bertholt Brecht’s iconic story of social unrest, loyalty and justice.
“Determined yet delicate harmonies dance effortlessly between the ensemble, dramatically amplified by polyphonic fireworks” Katie Rose – Facebook Review
The Chalk Circle Collective is:
Martina Schwarz and
The Collective will be joined by world renowned folk singer FRANKIE ARMSTRONG and multi instrumentalist MIKEY PRICE with a set of their thrilling interpretations of Brecht and Weill songs.
“Wonderfully pure and punchy. Frankie’s fearless, unique inhabitation of Brecht’s characters contrasts beautifully with Mikey’s evocative string playing, to create unforgettable renditions of these great songs. Hair raising!”
SUNDAY 25TH OCTOBER 2015
The Lantern Theatre, 57 Blundel Street, Liverpool, L1 0AJ
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