The unmissable treats…
Saturday is the day to shine. Mirror Ball is your guiding aesthetic. The incomparable Bonobo brings his live show to the main stage tonight. And down in The Valley, you will find the extra special treat of Jackmaster and Eats Everything dishing out the beats….
Tonight you will be gathering to behold The Spectacle – a thrilling, one-off collaboration with a master of light Chris Levine. Come Saturday night we hope you’re reflecting…. Prepare to be transformed.
BBC Music present She Drew The Gun performing at The Love Hotel. The Liverpool band have really made everyone sit up and listen. Expect a PJ Harvey-esque show that crackles with the magnetism of Cat Power and Radiohead….
Toots and The Maytals. Yes. The ska and reggae legend will be providing the sunshine vibes on Saturday evening as the sun sinks over the Wilderness planes. The total London badass Ray BLK brings her elastic lyrical styles and upfront festi-favourites The Correspondents are in to rock the house with their hi-octane, genre-blending dance music.
The Atrium plays host to some of the finest names paving the way in international dance. Visionaries from Sadler’s Wells and Company Wayne McGregor perform special shows this afternoon. German piano virtuoso Hauschka has earned a remarkable reputation as a purveyor of imaginative, distinctive, prepared piano music. Alex Mendham and his Orchestra perform hot jazz and sweet dance band music from the Art Deco era – with a modern energy and passion.
The Playhouse continues to present theatre from the forefront of the scene. Elephant & Castle and Doppelganger are two Gig Theatre shows from Camden People’s Theatre – both encompass experimental live music and use gig elements to tell their stories. Gender-twisting visuals and gothic storytelling combine with music, crossing boundaries and blurring lines.