Thu 22 April
Tim Bromage performs a collection of music acquired over ten years of performance. The evening includes rousing new folk songs, cautionary tales, and unique interpretations of jazz standards. Presented from the luxurious confines of a vacant cinema, it promises to be a strange and wonderful evening of music.
Available to watch online at 8pm, on 22 April
About the Artist
Tim Bromage is a performer and writer based in Cardiff, Wales. His practice draws upon a number of areas of interest, including stage magic and folk traditions.
Props and costume are combined with song, text and other activities creating strange rituals. Placed within this context the magical effect becomes a mode of symbolic demonstration, creating fractured narratives that often reference cultural myths and histories.
His recent works have explored the use of multiple story lines, as a method of scoring performance and as a means to re-interpret personal experience.
'Bromage possesses the most beautiful, bluesy, bluegrass voice you can imagine' BUZZ magazine
'Strikingly Grotesque' New Statesmen
Filmed and cut by Roger Graham
Lighting and Sound Dan Young
Supported by CHAPTER