Curio Cabaret 2014 – Hosted by Sita Pieraccini as part of SURGE Festival 2014
Live music from multi-musical talents – David Pollock and Mathew Pieraccini
Andrew Houston – HYM
Merging film and contemporary performance, ‘Hym’ is a collaborative project between Glasgow based artist’s Andrew Houston and Rachel Frances Sharpe.
Working with the performer Amy Rosa, HYM is Houston and Sharpe’s dark, yet glossy cabaret presentation of the break point between illusion and abject horror. Hysterically camp, and a little bit sexy HYM is definitely not for the family audience.
Howie Reeve – Bass solo
Lee Shannon – The Monk
Vernon & Burns meet the Bride of Lichtenstein
– a rampaging, radiophonic phantasmagoriaofnefariousfour-colourfears
Calum MakAskill – The Moon Ladder
From the depths of space and the mountains of madness, the elder-things escape their frozen tomb to stalk the earth and draw down the stars once more.
James Stephen Wright – Bottle top collection (I don’t drink milk), James Stephen Wright, 2014. ‘Last of all, for a time I put my head in the bag containing my collection of milk bottle tops and breathed in the rich, sour odor of the tops.’
Philip K Dick, 1975, Confessions of a crap artist.
Suzie (solo) – Pregnant Pause
Judith Williams – Songs of Peace and Hope
Suzie Ferguson & Fergus Dunnet – El Fantastico & Luna Balloona
Magic and illusions to delight and excite from the amazing El Fantastico and his glamorous assistant Luna Balloona!
Images by IMURCHAN – imurchan.co.uk
Visit the Conflux web-site for a full brochure detailing all the SURGE 2014 activities – http://www.conflux.co.uk/surge-festival/