In 1942, seventeen-year-old Daphne Oram founded the world-famous BBC Radiophonic Workshop and reshaped the entire development of electronic music.
Daphne Oram was a pioneer of sound who cut a trailblazing path through uncharted musical territory. Her story is told by award-winning ensemble Blood of the Young who have teamed up with SAY-nominated sound artist Anneke to explore the life and ideas of a true innovator who sacrificed everything for her art. This play is a visually arresting journey through Daphne’s life performed and live-scored by electronic sound artist Anneke Kampman.
Dr John Stewart Muir, The Beloved DoctorDate: 01/11/2017Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmPrice: £12, £10, £6 for schoolchildren Dr Muir, medical practitioner for Selkirk 1867 - 1928, wrote a daily diary. His story is told by John Nichol - it involves 3,344 babies.