Inhabit the electronic musician’s boundless imagination as he presents an other-worldly museum archiving the story around his latest concept, Lei Music.
As part of our Purcell Sessions, the room is transformed into a museum holding mysterious artefacts, devices and artwork.
The installation toys with audio and visual storytelling to build on his Lei Music concept, which has an accompanying website explaining its folklore.
Lei Music is said to be a lost tradition, capable of summoning squeaking entities from invisible zones, whose sounds are transcribed to Lei Disks.
Iglooghost’s work in this world has so far generated the release of the album Lei Line Eon.
Iglooghost is a UK-based artist who creates music, artwork and puzzles that all gravitate around a fictional ecosystem of strange entities and tiny gods.
Each of Iglooghost’s releases expand on this universe through multimedia content. Splitting his time between making other-worldly laptop music as Iglooghost, he also collaborates with Kai Whiston and BABii collectively as Gloo, creating clothing, club nights and strange online artefacts.
Dates & times
22 – 23 Jan 2022, from 12 noon
- Standard entry£7.50*
* Excludes £3.50 booking fee.
** Limited availability. Read about concessions.
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An accessible toilet is located in the foyer.
A Changing Places toilet is located on Level 1 Royal Festival Hall next to the JCB Glass Lift, for the exclusive use of disabled people who need personal assistance to use the toilet.
The facility includes a height-adjustable bench, tracking hoist system, a centrally-placed toilet, a height-adjustable basin and a shower. The key for this room is available from the Welcome Hub on Level 2, Royal Festival Hall. The facility is open daily 10am – 11pm.
The Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room cloakroom is closed. You won’t be able to bring any bags over 40 x 25 x 25cm into the venues, so please leave large bags at home.
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Purcell Room is located in Queen Elizabeth Hall. For step-free access please use Royal Festival Hall JCB glass lift to Level 2 and enter via Riverside Terrace.
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