Hymns for Robots

Noctium in association with the Belgrade Theatre presents

Hymns for Robots

Wednesday 19 - Friday 21 September 2018

  • Presented at B2 stage
  • Tickets: £10.25 & £12.25 Concessions: £9 & £10.25

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In a small attic, packed in hundreds of cereal boxes, lies the life’s work of Delia Derbyshire – the unsung genius behind the Doctor Who theme tune and trailblazer of electronic music. Join Noctium as they explore this fascinating tale of the mother of modern music. Using strange sounds and weird wobbulations, Noctium brings you a sonic experience your ears won’t believe.

Hymns for Robots mixes Noctium’s unique heightened performance style with analogue and digital music to bring you an extraordinary life that was almost forgotten.

★★★★ “Super-smart patchwork recreation of the life of electronic music pioneer Delia Derbyshire” – The Stage

Contains some strong language and sexual references. Recommended for ages 14+.

Running time: 1 hour, no interval

Most of our seating require use of steps to access them. For further details please see information on our Access page or speak to one of our box office team.

Wed 19 Sep 7:45pm
Thu 20 Sep 2:30pm
Thu 20 Sep 7:45pm
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