HOWLING AT THE MACHINE
THE DYNAMITE CLUB IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE SECRET ACTORS COMPANY
By Erlend Clouston
An animated lecture on Nan Shepherd, the remarkable author of The Living Mountain - the first female writer to appear on a British banknote.
Featuring Mount Everest, Philip Marlowe, Fats Waller, Alice in Wonderland, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Prof Walter Benjamin, a robot, Jefferson Airplane, Sigmund Freud, Lord Curzon, God, and a Subaru Impreza, plus the voices of Björk, Tilda Swinton, Karine Polwart and Gerda Stevenson.
This show is taking part in our £1 Tickets project.
Image: Ararat Art Inc.
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