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Times
Saturday 6th, 5pm

Price
£8 adv / £8 door

Venue: 
Tom Thumb Theatre

Ages 12+

Running Time Aprox 80mins

Saturday 6th, 5pm

Travelogue: Seaside Dreams

Live Event

A work in progress

Music & Film by Lillian Henley & Tom Adams (2018), Archive footage TBC

Specially created for Margate Film Festival, this evening’s programme will contain a collection of short films exploring Margate’s coast as a holiday destination. A love of Thanet’s coast and the thrill of arriving by train inspires this collection of short films of new and found archive footage.

With live musical accompaniment by Lillian Henley & Tom Adams, as a Wall of Sea collaboration with Margate Film Festival.

(Promo photo for Tom & Lillian's current touring show 'Sleeptalking', by Christa Holka)
(Promo photo for Tom & Lillian's current touring show 'Sleeptalking', by Christa Holka)

Times
Saturday 6th, 5pm

Price
£8 adv / £8 door

Venue: 
Tom Thumb Theatre

Ages 12+

Running Time Aprox 80mins

Lillian Henley is an associate Artist of 1927 Theatre Company and works as both Performer & Composer. Theatre & Film credits include Make More Noise! Suffragettes in Silent Film (BFI) Elephant & Castle (Tom Adams) Golem, (1927) The Animals & Children Took To The Streets, (1927) Between the Devil & The Deep Blue Sea (1927) Pride & Prejudice (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre). Lillian regularly accompanies Silent Films live on piano at The Palace Cinema, Broadstairs on the last Sunday of the Month, as a Wall of Sea and Palace Cinema event.

More information www.lillianhenley.com Twitter @Lillian_Henley

Tom Adams is a Margate based performer and composer whose credits includes Ramsgate Festival of Sound, Elephant and Castle in collaboration with Lillian Henley (1927) and Kirsty Housley (Complicite), My Dad, the Magician, Howl at The Moon, Still Score, The Apollo 11 Campervan. He has worked with artists including Daniel Bye, Dan Scott, Laura Mugridge and is an associate artist of Looping the Loop Thanet, Omnibus Theatre, Harrogate Theatre and Attenborough Arts Centre. He also hosts workshops for children and adults in how to use a loop station using beats and soundscapes – Institutions include Turner Contemporary, Guildhall Arts Centre Grantham and Holy Trinity and St John’s Church of England Primary School.

www.tom-adams.co.uk @TomAdamsSeagull

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