THE DELAWARE ROAD @ KELVEDON HATCH NUCLEAR BUNKER
an immersive mix of film theatre and live electronic music perofrmed deep underground in a nuclear bunker
with performances by
DOLLY DOLLY, HOWLROUND, TELEPLASMISTE, RADIONICS RADIO, IAN HELLIWELL, GLITCH, SAUNDERS & HILL, CONCRETISM, SIMON JAMES, THE TWELVE HOUR FOUNDATION , LOOSE CAPACITOR & DJ FOOD
London, 1968. Two brilliant musicians create innovative sounds using reel to reel tape. Whilst working for a large media organisation they stumble upon a conspiracy with seismic implications for themselves and for Britain. Exploring folklore, magic, propaganda, television & radio broadcasting, counter-culture & early, electronic music, The Delaware Road is an incredible, alternative vision of Britain during the second half of the 20th century.
This special performance takes place deep underground in a nuclear bunker hidden in remote Essex woodland. The audience is free to explore the secret, cold war facilities where they will encounter a host of experimental artists & musicians creating an immersive mix of sound, film & theatre.
"highly recommended" SCARFOLK
"shades of The Stone Tape, the occult, the swinging 60's, orgies & demonic power" SHINDIG! MAGAZINE
"deliciously subversive" SANTE SANGRE MAGAZINE
Please note: Limited tickets are available with transport provided on a 1960's double-decker bus (picking up from & returning to Brentwood train station). Tickets with parking are available for those wishing to use their own transport.