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September 2018

Foley Explosion @ The Byre Studio Theatre

September 20 @ 7:00 pm

Brought to St Andrews by the Centre for Film Studies, Foley Explosion is an immersive storytelling show about Russia; an alternative spy thriller featuring live Foley sound effects. Julie Rose Bower uses looping technology layering sounds to conjure a movie in the mind in this solo show about a year spent in Russia. Features disinformation, fake news and cameos from the intelligence community past and present: Edward Snowden, Grigori Rasputin and Alexander Litvinenko. "Such a scenario resembles the labyrinthine twists and turns…

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October 2018

Neil Brand – The Silent Pianist Speaks

October 1 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Byre Theatre Auditorium St Andrews, Abbey Street
St Andrews, Fife KY16 9LA United Kingdom
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Neil Brand, composer, writer, pianist and presenter and presenter of BBC4's acclaimed 'Sound of...' series brings his one-man-show to the Byre - a whirlwind tour of his job, the silent movies he accompanies live, the music he loves and the times everything has gone wrong - first seen in Edinburgh 15 years ago The Silent Pianist Speaks has been entertaining audiences around the world as well as leaving them breathless with laughter. Unmissable.   Image James Betts Photography

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The St Andrews Photography Festival – The Stereoscope meets the Crinoline: Fashion, Technology and Comedy

October 21 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Byre Theatre- Studio, Abbey Street
St Andrews, KY16 9LA
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Paul Flaig will be giving an illustrated lecture on the curious, comic meeting of two mid-nineteenth century technologies: the stereoscope and the crinoline. A Lecturer in Film Studies at St. Andrews, Flaig will explore how and why this cumbersome yet au courant woman’s petticoat became a frustrating obsession among male satirists keen to use the no less fashionable technology of the stereoscope to re-imagine the crinoline as an object of both fascination and mockery.

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