Wild Life FM at Z-Arts

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Wild Life FM at Z-Arts
Image courtesy of Sick Festival

Wild Life FM at Z-arts, Manchester, 3–4 October 2019, from £5.00 - Book now

Billed as ‘not a play’ and ‘not a gig’, Wild Life FM is certainly not going to be what audiences might first expect.

Nine young musicians from Manchester and London will join award-winning performance artist Kim Noble, director Pol Heyvaert and musician, Jakob Ampe to create a brand new performance piece.

In an exploration of identity, anxiety and the drive to forge our own place in the world, the ensemble will create a live radio show.

Taking place at Z-Arts, Wild Life FM offers an honest and raw commentary on how it feels to be young today, and how we can use music as a method of discovering ourselves.

Wild Life FM at Z-arts, Manchester

3–4 October 2019
From £5.00

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