Noble broadcasts at The Unicorn

Kim Noble has co-devised a new arts project which runs from 12th-20th January at The Unicorn Theatre, London.

© Campo Arts Centre / Unicorn Theatre / Norfolk & Norwich Festival / Gessneralle Zurich

Posing the question “What will you broadcast?”, Wild Life FM is neither a play or a gig, but is also both of those things, as nine musicians from London and Norfolk join performance artist Kim Noble, director Pol Heyvaert and musician Jakob Ampe to create an honest, raw exposition of what it’s like being young today.

The result will be a live radio show on how to discover yourself through music, and the first performance on the 12th January will be broadcast live on London station Resonance FM from 7pm. The station is available worldwide online, for good measure.

© Campo Arts Centre / Unicorn Theatre / Norfolk & Norwich Festival / Gessneralle Zurich

Wild Life FM marks the first project for Noble – best known to TVO readers for his appearances in Garth Marenghi’s DarkplaceMan to Man With Dean LearnerThe Mighty Boosh and Luxury Comedy, as well as his former double act Noble & Silver – since his critically acclaimed live show You Are Not Alone.

First appearing at Norfolk & Norwich Festival in 2016, the project will now run at The Unicorn Theatre from 12th-20th January, with tickets available now.

Following the London dates, the show will visit Switzerland, Belgium and Germany across February and March, and further tour dates may be announced in the future.

For more information on the project, visit the Wild Life FM website over yonder.

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