This week we have two shows in the midst of their UK tours, and plenty of digital art to devour...
- David Rosenberg and Glen Neath's Ring, a sound journey set in complete darkness, where you can't trust those closest to you, is in Bristol Old Vic this week, and heading down to the Lighthouse in Poole on Tuesday 23 Oct. For tickets, to watch the haunting trailer, and for more information, click here.
- Inua Ellams' sell-out show Black T-shirt Collection embarks on its second national tour, after a 3 week run at the National Theatre earlier this year, coming to Northern Stage in Newcastle today, journeying to Stockton tomorrow, Goodrich Village Hall on 20 Oct and Brighton Dome next week. Inua weaves a tale of two brothers, united by a shared passion for their global t-shirt company, and torn apart by success. Tickets, more information, and a rather smooth trailer are found here.
- Our Body Pods are still going strong! Give Richard Thomas' podcast The Liver a listen if you haven't already - the Jerry Springer The Opera composer meditates hilariously on his misconceptions and ignorance about the wonderfully essential organ. Listen to it here.
- Last but not least, we are very happy to announce that our first film Kursk, available on BBC's The Space, is now available to watch online for an extended period: until spring 2013. It tells the story of Royal Navy submariners' eccentric and mundane lives as they watch, powerlessly, one of the greatest submarine disasters unfold before their eyes. Spend an hour immersed under the Barens sea: watch the film here.