‘Derren Brown: Underground’ is a collection of some of the very best of Derren’s previous stage work.
The Charing Cross Theatre is small, intimate, discrete, and indeed, Underground. This is a one off opportunity to see Derren in this type of location and is made up of a very limited number of performances. If you want to see Derren perform his own choice of some of his favourite work then this is the show to see.
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Organically funky, laced with avant-garde synth textures, and studded with breakbeats, Jeff Resnick’s unique, private press 1978 promotional recording for the School for American Craftsmen, at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Five tracks of soul jazz and modal fusion — re-modelling Trane, and opening with a variation of Norwegian Wood , Jeff Tyzik then Resnick mostly solo for the second side, when the money ran out, multi-tracking synthesizers on his home set-up, in an engrossing blend of reflective abstraction, grooving electro and spiritualised fourth-world tropicalism .Highly recommended!
Omar is a writer for stage and screen. He was part of the young writers’ programmes at both the Royal Court Theatre and Soho Theatre and a former Leverhulme Associate Playwright at the Bush Theatre. His plays include Burst, Sour Lips, The Keepers of Infinite Space and The Chaplain: or, a short tale of how we learned to love good Muslims whilst torturing bad ones. Omar is also a founding member of Paper Tiger, a collective of theatre and filmmakers, working collaboratively and autonomously. His first short film No Exit received its world premiere at last year’s Dubai International Film Festival and screened both nationally and internationally.