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A Magic Lantern spectacle featuring unique hand-painted images with live music.

Lanternists Jeremy and Carolyn Brooker, using an original 19th-century triple lantern, are collaborating with multi-instrumentalists Richard Navarro, Nicholas Thurston and Miriam Gould to present a unique combination of music, performance and projection.

The show includes specially created images, original historic material, and a rare sequence of ‘pose slides’ projected onto a live performer, once used by the parents of the film actor Peter Sellers.

Date: 12 January 2018

Venue: Barnfield Theatre, Exeter

Time: 8pm in the Auditorium

Tickets: £14 (£12); groups – 11th ticket free

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