The experience melds electronica, improvisation and disorientation in what is part-gig, part-art installation, and totally theatre.
This 360-degree, immersive performance brings buildings to life by harvesting unheard sounds and unknown atmospherics from the walls of the building, to unravel a secret world of sound and vision: a duet with the room.
In 2017, KlangHaus 800 Breaths further conspires with the hidden spaces of our iconic building, encouraging deeper breaths, wilder dreams and darker corners.
The Neutrinos and Sal Pittman are associate artists of Norwich Arts Centre.
For ages 12+. Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Please meet at Royal Festival Hall Ticket Office 15 minutes before the scheduled performance start time. Latecomers will not be admitted.
This performance is promenade and requires audiences to climb and descend stairs, so unfortunately there is no wheelchair access. Comfortable shoes recommended.
*Please be advised, heels or sandals are not permitted. Patrons wearing heels or sandals are not allowed to enter the performance.
All bags and other items need to be checked into the cloakroom. Food and drinks not permitted.
Expect loud noises and low lighting. This is being performed in confined roof spaces.
Autism friendly performances
Please note the performances at 6.30pm on Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 19 July are relaxed performances.
An autism friendly performance is open to anyone but is particularly suited to those on the autistic spectrum or people who have learning disabilities, sensory or communication disorders. There is a relaxed attitude to noise and movement and some small changes made to the light and sound effects.