Local performers to return home to perform successful KlangHaus show

Norwich Klanghaus

Norwich Klanghaus - Credit: Archant

A homebred show which has gone on to become a massive hit, is to debut in Norfolk for a series of shows in December.

Norwich Klanghaus

Norwich Klanghaus - Credit: Archant

A massive hit at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and a sell out at the Royal Festival Hall in London, KlangHaus has been described as a rock 'n' roll experience unlike any other.

The immersive music/theatre crossover collaboration between Norwich band The Neutrinos, and Great Yarmouth born artist Sal Pittman, will be performed at St Georges Work for a set of seven performances.

KlangHaus is completely reinvented for each location it is performed in. The show blends live music, live art, visual art and promenade performance, in a way that creates a totally original experience for the audience.

Neutrinos singer Karen Reilly said: 'The success elsewhere has exceeded all expectations. The way that Sal reflects the music through visual art has really appealed to people.


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'We're so pleased to be able to bring it home to Norwich for the first time where our audiences have been very loyal but also critical enough to keep us on our toes.'

KlangHaus originally crept out of nowhere to become an award winning sensation at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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In July it sold out the Royal Festival Hall in London for a 41 show run known as KlangHaus:On Air.

Now the show which will be titled KlangHaus: Four Storeys, will be performed at St George's Works, Muspole Street.

Pasco Q Kevlin of Norwich Arts Centre which will produce and present the shows, said: 'We have been supporting KlangHaus from the very start.

'Watching its success in London and Edinburgh has made me feel very proud for everyone involved and now we are ready to present the latest version of the show in Norwich - the city where it was first conceived and created and allowed to develop.'

Show will be held between December 20 and 22 at 6.30pm and 8.30pm, as well as December 23 at 6.30pm.

Tickets will be £12 and £6 concessions and will go on sale at www.norwichartscentre.co.uk at midnight on Wednesday, October 19. They will be available in person from Norwich Arts Centre, St Benedicts Street and by phone on 01603 660352 from Wednesday, October 20.

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