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Foley

Friday 20 July–Saturday 21 July 2012

New Vic production with Jo Bannon

by Jo Bannon

Part performance, part demonstration, part thriller, this new work begins with a fascination with ‘foley’ – the archaic, handmade technique of making sound effects for film.

Jo Bannon explores this specialist art form to create a film noir world of hard-faced man and the femme fatale. The chase scene, the sex scene and the door being kicked off its hinges are conjured with nothing more than party poppers, bits of wood and lots of vegetables.

An hour of homemade sound effects, imagination and good old-fashioned suspense.

Friday 20 July–Saturday 21 July 2012

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