Festival of Electronic Music: Number Three

In July of 2017 the third ‘The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music’ takes place across three days.

For a relatively small festival (venue capacities are 100 only) The Seventh Wave has the uncanny knack are getting some of the biggest names in electronic music.

This time around you can feast your eyes (and ears!) on Thomas Dolby (this will be the UK book launch for his memoir ‘The Speed of Sound’),
Richard Barbieri (Porcupine Tree/Japan and for whom anyone and everyone has been queuing up to praise his new album ‘Planets + Persona’) and Robin Rimbaud (better known as Scanner because of his use of cell phones and police scanners in live performances).

Tickets can be purchased for individual events from both theticketsellers and Skiddle from:
https://www.theticketsellers.co.uk
http://www.skiddle.com/

The Seventh Wave  Festival of Electronic Music: Number 3

Friday 07 July, 2017

Thomas Dolby Book Reading – An Evening of Stories and Music

An evening of stories and music celebrating the release of his new memoir The Speed of Sound

NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE IS 100

Friday 07 July 2017 Doors 6.30 pm

Curfew 10.00 pm

Blue Orange Theatre 118 Great Hampton Street Birmingham B18 6AD

Saturday 08 July, 2017

An Evening with ….. Richard Barbieri (Japan/Rain Tree Crow/Porcupine Tree)

Richard Barbieri will play live, there will be an interval which will be followed by a masterclass/talk/presentation/’question and answer’ session with Richard

NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE IS 100

Saturday 08 July 2017 Doors 6.30 pm

Curfew 10.00 pm

Blue Orange Theatre 118 Great Hampton Street Birmingham B18 6AD

Sunday 09 July, 2017

An Evening with ….. Robin Rimbaud (Scanner)

Robin Rimbaud will play live, there will be an interval which will be followed by a presentation/question and answer session
NUMBER OF TICKETS FOR SALE IS 100
Sunday 09 July 2017 Doors 6.30 pm

Curfew 10.00 pm

Blue Orange Theatre 118 Great Hampton Street Birmingham B18 6AD

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