Jane Weaver: Loops in the Secret Society at the Royal Exchange

Chris Horkan
Courtesy of Band on the Wall

Jane Weaver: Loops in the Secret Society at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 21 October 2018 Tickets from £20 — Book now

As part of a Band on the Wall-programmed series of concerts at Manchester’s Royal Exchange theatre, Jane Weaver presents an evening of atmospheric audiovisual variations on her acclaimed songs.

Entitled ‘Loops in the Secret Society’, the event will feature cyclic versions of tracks from Weaver’s two most recent long-players, The Silver Globe and Modern Kosmology. Weaver will perform solo for the first time in five years for this concert, which will feature custom-built vinyl discs as well as varied instrumentation, tape loops and zoetropic imagery.

As one of the city’s – and indeed the country’s – most unusual and distinctive pop artists, this promises to be a unique chance to see Weaver at her most experimental.

Jane Weaver: Loops in the Secret Society at Royal Exchange Theatre, City Centre 21 October 2018 Tickets from £20 Book now

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